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Professor Louise Westmarland
Professor Westmarland’s work is largely focussed on the police. She has conducted extensive studies of gender and policing, police ethics and integrity. She is also a Home Office trained Domestic Homicide Reviewer and is currently the Chair of the Open University’s Human Research Ethics Committee.
Academic advisor for: The Met: Episode one
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Take our short interactive experience to learn why research ethics is really a researcher's best friend. You'll be taken through a case to look at where and when you think the ethics committee might step in and why this would be necessary. Meet a fictional committee and become a member!
08 Oct 2018
Journey back to when The Met began with our interactive timeline and discover the cases and technology that reshaped policing in the UK.
02 Jun 2015
What moral lines are police officers willing to cross? A recent survey by Dr Louise Westmarland explores just this question
22 Jan 2013
Does the perception of women who kill as acting against the typical behaviour of their gender mean we try to find reasons why they're not 'proper' women?
30 Jun 2011
Louise Westmarland introduces the white-collar crime season
04 Nov 2009
Professor Louise Westmarland's Research & Publications
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