Completed Research

The following reports present the findings from some of the most recently completed projects from the Policing and Crime Reduction Research Map.  The researchers have kindly agreed for their findings to be held in the National Police Library catalogue. For the full list of completed Map projects, use the Research Map dynamic link to take you to the Library catalogue search results.  

​Project Title​InstitutionLevel
An exploration of police officers’ experiences of the interview process when working with vulnerable and/or intimidated adult witnesses​University of Portsmouth​Masters
An Investigation into the experiences of male victims of serious sexual offences and perception of Sexual Offence Investigative Techniques Officers ​Canterbury Christ Church UniversityMasters​
Crimes the police investigate less routinely: Evaluating confidence levels and barriers to investigation ​University of PortsmouthMasters​
Evaluating Section 28 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999. How effective has the implementation of pre-recording of the cross-examination of child witnesses been in Hampshire? ​University of WinchesterMasters​
Responding to the Covid-19 domestic abuse crisis: developing a rapid police evidence base​City, University of London​Work/prof
Policing the police: An analysis of practitioner views of the IOPC’s Learning the Lessons magazine​Canterbury Christ Church University​Masters
An exploration of cyberstalking victimisation and the subsequent coping strategies young people use​University of PortsmouthMasters​
Predictive analytics framework using Machine Learning in the Cloud to analyse repeat victimisation of domestic abuse victims in London​Northumbria UniversityMasters​
Exploring work stress, psychological capital, and organisational commitment among Authorised Firearms Officers​University of PlymouthMasters​
How does the socialisation of police officers and police occupational culture affect officer’s decision-making on the front-line?​University of LeicesterMasters​
Tracking Procedural Justice in Processing Arrestees: Coding Evidence from CCTV Cameras in Three Custody Suites​Cambridge UniversityMasters​