We have started the new academic year with some exciting research. We are working with the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner on their stalking project. We are also working with national charity Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA) exploring family involvement in statutory Domestic Homicide Reviews. We are continuing with our project for the Hollie Gazzard Trust, and national charity Protection Against Stalking (PAS). Lots more going on, more details later.
A big project for us this year will be to formally launch the Centre for learning and Innovation in Public Protection (CLIPP) at the University of Gloucestershire.
Any student studying Criminology or Policing at the university can become involved with HRG, whatever level of study. We welcome everyone with an interest in homicide prevention.