High Impact Research


Below are key area of work with the reserach group whichstudies of how we have gained impact with our research:

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From coercive control to intimate partner homicide, the 8-stage homicide timeline.

This research reflects a body of work produced (by Dr Jane Monckton Smith) across the years 2010 to 2018. The body of work includes published research and official reports, all of which influenced and developed the key outputs producing the impact.

The research considers front line responses to disclosures of domestic abuse and stalking, and the development of knowledge around rick and the management of rick in these ares. Now working with NHs trusts, charities and with Police Forces across the UK and further afield, the work incorporates the 8-state Homicide Timeline.

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Improving national and local business crime reduction through research on policy and practice.

The research examines the occurrence and impact of crime and associated disorder affecting businesses in urban retail and entertainment districts. In particular, it is concerned with the approaches being employed by business crime reduction schemes to tackle issues of crime and associated disorder.

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The state and the vulnerable: using social research to facilitate more effective policy intervention and support for ‘at risk’ groups.

Research by Geographers at the University of Gloucestershire on vulnerable populations, has focused on those exposed to labour exploitation, those in supported housing and those young people at risk of offending. Collectively the aim of the research has been to inform debates and decision-making at key government agencies.

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