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Preventing male violence in policing (Ep3): Insight into police perpetrators

Manifesto for change: Preventing male violence in policing

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Episode 3 : Insight into police perpetrators

This session focused on exploring perpetrators, attractiveness of policing to both predatory and opportunistic perpetrators, interventions, and the evidence base of what works. 

The debate was chaired by Louise Mullany, professor of sociolinguistics at the University of Nottingham. The panellists were DCC Maggie Blyth, NPCC Lead Violence Against Women and Girls, Sylvia Cole Investigative Psychologist, Ahimsa, Colin Fitzgerald, Perpetrator Services Implementation & Development Manager Solace Women’s Aid and Fay Sweeting, Lecturer and Researcher of Forensic Psychology.

It’s the third of six ground-breaking discussions that explore the scale and impact of male violence within policing and which draw on a range of internal and external specialists.

The aim of each episode is to explore how policing works in practice so we can better understand why it goes wrong – and how the problems can be remedied. 

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