Domestic abuse

This page lists Police Knowledge Fund products related to domestic abuse and domestic homicide.


Items are listed alphabetically by lead university. Details of each collaboration can be found on the PKF contacts page.

 


Cambridge

THESIS:  Targeting perpetrators of partner abuse in the Thames Valley: A two year follow up of crime harm and escalation

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Cambridge

THESIS:  A descriptive analysis of intimate partner homicide in England and Wales 2011-2013

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Cambridge

THESIS: Predicting serious domestic assaults and murder in Dorset

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Cambridge

THESIS: A descriptive analysis of the characteristics, seriousness and frequency of Aboriginal intimate partner violence in the Northern Territory, Australia: a strategy for targeting high harm cases


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Cambridge

THESIS: A case control study of non-domestic solved and un-solved homicides in Trinidad and Tobago

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Cambridge

THESIS: ​A case control analysis of offenders issued with Domestic Violence Protection Orders (DVPOs) in Hertfordshire: A retrospective and prospective study

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Cambridge

THESIS RCT: The effects of an integrated case management programme on domestic abuse in Bracknell: A randomised control trial


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Cambridge​

THESIS: ​A descriptive analysis of Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs) for reducing the future harm of domestic abuse in Suffolk

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Exeter

RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Domestic Abuse: Evaluation of escalation in harm with Devon and Cornwall Police data

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Keele​

RESEARCH REPORT:  MARAC efficiency: A literature review

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Keele

RESEARCH TOOL: Domestic abuse questionnaire toolkit

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Keele

RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Cultural attitudes to domestic abuse (Police attitudes and reflection of attitudes of the general public)

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Keele

RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Data sharing. How can we enable successful data sharing?

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Keele

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Effectiveness: how can we determine and measure the effectiveness of the police approach to domestic abuse?

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Keele

RESEARCH BRIEFING: How to empower police staff

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Keele​

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Risk assessment: Exploring the success of DIAL and its capabilities in comparison to other methods

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Keele

RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Victims of domestic violence

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Keele

RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Vulnerability: Identification and assessment of vulnerability and risk in domestic abuse across multiple agencies

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Keele

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  ​Multi-agency communication: How can we ensure that consistent information is given to the MASH, whilst information tailored to agency needs is taken from the process?

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Liverpool John Moores

RESEARCH REPORT: ​The 'power few' and policing domestic abuse

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Liverpool John Moores

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Simulating crime patterns from the movements of victims and offenders

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Liverpool John Moores

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: ​Forensic cognition violence and victims

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Liverpool John Moores

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: ​Domestic abuse: Evidence based policing masterclass

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Liverpool John Moores

WORKSHOP MATERIALS: ​American Society of Criminology Annual Conference:  "The 'power few' and policing domestic abuse"

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Northampton

RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Police control room, dispatch and frontline officers’ responses to domestic violence Incidents

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Northampton

RESEARCH REPORT:  ​A study of police control room, dispatch and frontline officers’ responses to domestic violence incidents: Full report

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Nottingham

JOURNAL ARTICLE: ​Understanding Revenge Pornography: A National Survey of Police Officers and Staff in England and Wales

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