Visit to An Garda Siochana in Ireland

Across two weeks we have visited Ireland to present the eight stage Homicide Timeline to the Gardai at their training facility in Templemore as they have recently introduced legislation which criminalises the pattern known as coercive control. We had a wonderful reception and the Timeline resonated with many experienced officers. The genuine interest and insight... Continue Reading →

Advanced Training

On Friday we were invited to present the Homicide Timeline to a multi-agency group of professionals for the Hampshire Domestic Abuse Forum. It was a really good day and so brilliant to see such an insightful and skilled room of delegates. So many stories and experiences which resonated with the timeline. The Homicide Timeline has... Continue Reading →

Homicide Timeline

So many exciting things happening with the Timeline which I will update on as and when I can. What I can say is that there is really strong interest from police detectives and I am doing advanced sessions with some police forces around evidence, narrative and risk, using the timeline research. We have also made... Continue Reading →

Homicide Timeline

The Intimate Partner Homicide Timeline is an innovative way of looking at the way risk increases in cases of coercive control and domestic abuse. It plots eight key stages as a journey from when two people meet, to one of them killing the other. Each stage presents opportunities for intervention to avoid homicide. The Timeline... Continue Reading →

Homicide Timeline proves compelling for professionals

I have been busy recently presenting my homicide timeline research at a number of professional conferences and events. The response has been fantastic with professionals keen to use the findings which structure intimate partner homicide as an eight stage journey. Professionals, including police officers, probation officers and stalking specialists have been using it in their... Continue Reading →

Criminology students in our new crime house

  The forensic investigation courses have started at the University of Gloucestershire with the opening of the crime house. Policing and criminology students will be able to work in simulated crime scenes, learning practical and investigative skills. CCTV throughout the house allows lecturers to monitor student's progress. Students report that the infamous crime days continue... Continue Reading →

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