Research Map submission

Research Map submission

1. Policing and Crime Reduction Research Map

This form is for standard research project submissions. If your project is a randomised controlled trial (RCT), please use the form for RCTs.

The Policing and Crime Reduction Research Map provides summaries of ongoing research projects at Master's level and above which have been shared by researchers. It has been developed to:
  • assist researchers, decision makers and practitioners to locate one another so that they can identify areas of mutual interest
  • decrease the risk of duplication and increase the potential for collaboration
  • identify potential knowledge gaps in policing and crime reduction-related research

Completed projects are removed from the Research Map and contributing researchers are invited to share their reports with the National Police Library.  Your submissions to the Research Map are central to our continuing work in mapping the current and evolving evidence-base in policing and crime reduction. Thank you for your contribution.

1. Project title (or working title) *


2. Principal researcher(s)
If the project has co-investigators, please write their names here. *


3. Research institution *


4. Department/research group


5. Please give a short summary of the project (maximum 25 words) *


6. Collaborations and partnerships
Please provide details of any other organisations, police forces or individuals you are working with.


7. Project start date (only month and year will be displayed) *


8. Date due for completion (only month and year will be displayed) *


9. Level of research *


10. To which one of the following categories does the research project most closely relate? *


11. Research context
Include background, aims and objectives. Please include citations for any statements or statistics provided — 300 word limit.


12. Research methodology
Please provide details of your approach to data collection and analysis, and any frameworks used — 300 word limit. *


13. References
If you have cited any sources in the research context and methodology sections, please give the full references here.
e.g. Book: Bryman A. (2016). ‘Social research methods’. 5th ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Journal Article: Schneider JL. (2005). ‘The link between shoplifting  and burglary: The Booster Burglar’. British Journal of Criminology, 45(3), pp 395–401.


Research participation
Do you need volunteers for your study? Use this space to recruit participants.


14. Interim reports or publications (where available)

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