Dominique has given invited talks at the Universities of Melbourne, Cambridge, Oxford, Edinburgh, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Aberystwyth, Exeter, Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Amsterdam, and Toronto. She has also spoken at the Tower of London (for Historic Royal Palaces), and at the Howard League for Penal Reform.
She has co-organised numerous series' of sessions on carceral geography at the American Association of Geographers (AAG) annual conferences in Boston (2017), San Francisco (2016), Chicago (2015), Tampa (2014), Los Angeles (2013), Seattle (2011) and Washington DC (2010); at the RGS-IBG in 2012, 2014, and 2019, and also at the Nordic Geographers Conference, and the European Society of Criminology. She chaired the first 1st and 2nd International Conferences for Carceral Geography at the University of Birmingham in 2016 and 2017, and gave a keynote address at the 3rd, at the University of Liverpool in 2018.
Dominique sits on the Advisory Board for Incarceration: An international journal of imprisonment, detention and coercive confinement and reviews for prominent Geography journals including Progress in Human Geography, Annals of the Association of American Geographers; Environment & Planning: D; Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, leading Area Studies journals including Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics; Sociology journals including International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, and leading criminology journals such as Theoretical Criminology.
Dominique gave the first seminar in an online series organised by the Evidence and Partnerships Hub, part of the Data Analytical Services Directorate at the Ministry of Justice. She addressed over 85 MoJ analysts who collate research evidence to inform policy.
Dominque also presented as part of a seminar organised by the Insights Group, part of the Strategy, Planning & Performance Directorate at Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service. This sell-out event, with over 230 virtual attendees across the prison estate of England and Wales, was focused on prison environments. In both talks, Dominique drew on her recent work with Phil Jones, Amy Porter and former GEES colleague Jacob Jordaan (now U.Utrecht), which demonstrates a link between greenspace and wellbeing in prison.