Hate crime

This page lists Police Knowledge Fund products related to hate crime and the analysis of social media in the context of hate crime.

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

Liverpool John Moores

RESEARCH BRIEFING: Promoting human dignity PhD: A practitioner's perspective on interventions for racially motivated offenders

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RESEARCH REPORT: Victim, witnesses and public protection network

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RESEARCH BRIEFING: ​Hate crime post-Brexit: Migrant experiences of hate crime in Lincolnshire

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RESEARCH REPORT: ​Measuring hateful activity on Twitter

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RESEARCH REPORT: ​Report on Hate Crime and Social Media

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RESEARCH REPORT: Understanding Hate Crime Offending: Who, What, When and Where?

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