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Canterbury Christ Church University

Research projects submitted from Canterbury Christ Church University.

Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) is a public university located in Canterbury, Kent. Founded as a Church of England college for teacher training in 1962, it was granted university status in 2005.

Research projects at Canterbury Christ Church University

Project title Start date
Perspectives of the police, school staff, parents and pupils of Safer Schools Partnerships
Effectiveness of the Mini Police Programme
Perception of gender equality and fairness within the promotion process in a national police force
Digital vigilantism and its involvement in the arrest, conviction and sentencing of child sex offenders in England and Wales
Exploring the impact of the education-led professionalisation agenda in policing – professional identity and engagement with continuing professional development (CPD)
Recognition and response – police forces in England & Wales’ approach to identifying and addressing the risk of sexual and criminal exploitation of 16- to 25-year-olds
Senior investigating officers continued professional development arrangements - a practitioner's perspective
Is there an impact of repeatedly working with traumatised victims of rape and child abuse on specialist police officers?
A study into the professionalisation of policing by examining the link between the epistemic authority and self-legitimacy of frontline police constables
Seen but not heard? Child survivor and practitioner views of the current video interview process in cases of sexual abuse against children
Journey from policy to practice – local implementation of the ‘Ending Violence Against Women and Girls’ (VAWG) national domestic abuse strategy
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