The June edition of the SIPR Noticeboard is now available here
SIPR are delighted to announce the award of two match-funded PhDs in collaboration with Edinburgh Napier University (led by Dr Shane Horgan) and Abertay University (led by Dr Penny Woolnough). These studentships will focus on “The impact of the 2020 pandemic on the police, the public and their relationship” and "Estimation of Risk for Missing Individuals (ERMI): Development of the First Empirical Risk Assessment and Decision Support Tool for Missing Person Investigations".
For more information on the results and the process of selection, please click on the 'more' button below.
We are pleased to present the SIPR Annual Report for 2018/19, which includes articles from academics from the consortium universities, as well as Practitioner Fellows, with particular emphasis, this year, on the research being undertaken by the outstanding PhD Students and practitioners undertaking Professional Doctorates.
Following Review of Applications we are pleased to announce Awards for the following projects:
Dr Lynne Kelly, University of Dundee & Dr Sharon Jackson, GCU
Two MSc studentships to evaluate a new Joint Investigative Interviewing Training (JIIT) programme
- Dr Alex McIntyre, Edinburgh Napier University
Formal Evaluation of Evolutionary Facial Composite Systems
- Dr Penny Haddrill & James Govan, University of Strathclyde
Development of a kit for the collection of human DNA evidence in wildlife crime cases in Scotland
focusing on the relationships between police and different social, cultural and economic communities
focusing on the role of the police in the recovery, interpretation and effective use of intelligence and evidence in the investigation of crime
focusing on the internal dynamics of police organisations, including issues of management, policy and leadership
focusing on research on policing and public protection and links with other bodies to influence policy and practice