Past Projects

Some of our recently completed projects include: 

Stalking and the Victim's Right to Review

 Researchers submitted a Freedom of Information request to police forces across England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland to examine police forces’ recording and responses to Victim’s Right to Review requests in stalking cases.

Project Team

Alison Bird, Visiting Senior Fellow in Social Policy and Clinical Stalking Lead at Solace Women’s Aid.  

Dr Katherine Allen (Research Assistant)

Dr Olumide Adisa (Senior Research Fellow)


Supporting more effective health service responses to adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse: the role of self-assessment tools

The Centre for Abuse Research, CARe (now TIVA research theme within the Institute for Social Justice & Crime) received funding from Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group. The funds will be used to produce an evidence briefing on available research on the use of self-assessment tools and protocols as an educational intervention with healthcare professionals. The research will explore how self-assessment is used to enhance healthcare professionals’ responses to adult survivors. It will also  identify instances of good practice in the use of self-assessment tools.

Project team

Dr Olumide Adisa (Senior Research Fellow)

Dr Katherine Allen (Research Assistant)

Project Advisory group members

Professor Emma Bond (Pro-Vice Chancellor Research and Professor of Socio-Technical Research, University of Suffolk)

Fiona Ellis (Chief Executive, Survivors in Transition)

Amy Roch (Director of Suffolk Rape Crisis)

Katie Tyrell (Research Associate, University of Suffolk)


For more information on our past projects, please click the link to read our publications.