Domestic abuse and sexual offending

Our research is dedicated to improving knowledge about domestic abuse and sexual offending, and professional and societal responses to it. Impact is at the core of our research and our researchers have strong connections with policy and practice.

Our academics are made up of leading experts in the field, who regularly offer expert consultation to practitioners, policy makers and journalists. We have methodological strengths in both qualitative and quantitative research methods.


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