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Intimate partner violence victimology : factors affecting victim engagement with the police and criminal justice system

@inproceedings{Birdsall2018IntimatePV,
  title={Intimate partner violence victimology : factors affecting victim engagement with the police and criminal justice system},
  author={Nathan Birdsall},
  year={2018}
}
  • Nathan Birdsall
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • The thesis concerns an examination of victim engagement with the police investigation of domestic abuse. Notwithstanding the huge efforts being made in tackling the problem by police forces across the UK, national inspections still find that the services provided to victims are “not good enough” (HMIC, 2014, p.6). Subsequently, the thesis argues that in order to build an approach around empowering victims of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), there first needs to be further research into victim… CONTINUE READING

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