Dr Charlotte Barlow
Reader in Criminal Justice and Policing
School of Justice
Charlotte's areas of research expertise include domestic and sexual violence, policing and more broadly violence against women and girls. She has particular research experience in the policing of and other agency responses to domestic and sexual violence, women's pathways into crime and experiences of co-offending and the criminal justice system, coercive control, Clare's Law/ domestic violence disclosure schemes and media & legal representations of criminalised women. Charlotte has been awarded external funding as PI and Co-I for five research projects, with funders including the British Academy and the N8 Policing Research Partnership. She has published two monographs, one edited collections, several book chapters and journal articles in leading journals, such as the British Journal of Criminology, Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice and Feminist Legal Studies.