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Police officers' opinions, perceptions and experiences of policing Image-Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA), also known as Revenge porn. 


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Hello, I'm Emily, a PhD student at Northumbria University. I’m working on a project for my thesis which explores police officers' opinions, perceptions and experiences of policing Image-Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA), also known as Revenge porn. 

This study explores police officers’ attitudes, perceptions, and experiences of policing Image-Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA) experienced by adults. Its main aim is to better understand the challenges of policing this abuse in order to improve training and resources in this area. During the interview you will be asked your thoughts about the key challenges of policing this abuse, the treatment of victims, the effectiveness of current law used to prosecute ISBA, and training received or required. Interviews are taking place with police officers, police trainers, detectives, campaigners, lawyers and activists in order to build the clearest picture of police responses to and understandings of ISBA. 

If you are interested in taking part in this research you will be asked to do a short interview which can take place over the telephone, or via Teams/Zoom. During the interview you will be asked a range of questions about the policing of IBSA (as outlined above).

All identifiable information (e.g., your name, organisation, geographic location) will be altered to ensure that you are unidentifiable in the transcriptions and in all outputs from the study: this means that what you say is anonymised. Any identifiable information about you (including contact details needed to arranged the interview) will only be seen my myself.

If you are interested in taking part in an interview, or would like more information please contact [email protected]

Or if you prefer, you can send me a message on here.

Thank you for taking time to read this information :) 

The study is open for participation till February 2023.

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Hello, I'm Emily, a PhD student at Northumbria University. I’m working on a project for my thesis which explores police officers' opinions, perceptions and experiences of policing Image-Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA), also known as Revenge porn.                        

This study explores police officers’ attitudes, perceptions, and experiences of policing Image-Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA) experienced by adults. Its main aim is to better understand the challenges of policing this abuse in order to improve training and resources in this area. During the interview you will be asked your thoughts about the key challenges of policing this abuse, the treatment of victims, the effectiveness of current law used to prosecute ISBA, and training received or required. Interviews are taking place with police officers, police trainers, detectives, campaigners, lawyers and activists in order to build the clearest picture of police responses to and understandings of ISBA.

If you are interested in taking part in this research you will be asked to do a short interview which can take place over the telephone, or via Teams/Zoom. During the interview you will be asked a range of questions about the policing of IBSA (as outlined above).  All identifiable information (e.g., your name, organisation, geographic location) will be altered to ensure that you are unidentifiable in the transcriptions and in all outputs from the study: this means that what you say is anonymised. Any identifiable information about you (including contact details needed to arranged the interview) will only be seen my myself.

If you are interested in taking part in an interview, or would like more information please contact [email protected]  Or if you prefer, you can send me a message on here.  

Thank you for taking time to read this information :)  

The study is open for participation till February 2023.

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