RESEARCH, TRAINING & SOLUTIONS
FOR POLICING IN A COMPLEX WORLD
Introduction and foreword to the ‘Child Trafficking Prevention – Practitioner’s Training Guide’ edited by the European Federation for Street Children (EFSC) commissioned by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Home Affairs 2012 -2014 (UK adviser in the development stages of the bid)
Gender and Trafficking in Europe – bid proposal for the European Commission, Directorate-General for Home Affairs with Matrix Consulting London August 2014,
Gender Mainstreaming: Internal and External impacts for the Commonwealth Secretariat – report for Gender Section Marlborough House 2014.
University of Leeds – South Asian communities’ responses to Street Grooming in the UK research team member – (Manchester Police and CPS involvement) 2013
Conflict Minerals and Sexual Violence in DRC – the last 20 years and what can be done - University of St Andrews
Mega Sports Events and Human Trafficking risk: London 2012 (Child safety risks and compliance issues, forced labour and sexual exploitation) Legatum Institute (Senior Researcher with a series of country experts interrogated)
Who is my neighbour: Migration and Community Cohesion in Fenland? Fenland Strategic Partnership 2009 (Research lead multi agency report)
Key Issues for Muslim Women in diaspora communities – a report on focus groups (FGM, Child Safety issues, Honour killings, Educational impacts, forced marriage) (Research lead, 2 research colleagues)
Two Universities, One City – A review of foreign national students and staff in Cambridge. Reporting structures of hate crime and violence against women. Cambridgeshire Constabulary 2007
Policing Complex Communities – (the role of Diasporas, Immigration, Community dislocations and Representation in Policing) Ibix Insight 2006 (Senior researcher – Multi agency report)
Policing Peterborough – a series of community focussed reports on a top ten selection of migrant populations of Peterborough during 2005 – 2006 (commissioned by Cambridgeshire Constabulary)
Police Structure Review and Regionalisation; Implications for the policing of migrant populations in the Eastern Region 2005 (for 6 commissioning Eastern Region Constabularies)
Three Counties, Many People, One Police –The challenges of community cohesion, cross-border infractions and the opportunities for enhanced Policing collaboration – 2005 (Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies).
Paying the Price – Home Office review on Prostitution July 2004 – report to commissioning team of key issues in grooming and communities at risk.