A research team across Bournemouth University (Dept of Social Sciences (Criminology), Dept of Social Work, Dept of Psychology) are conducting research on interventions for domestic violence and abuse perpetrators. As part of the data collection we are looking for survivors of domestic abuse to complete a short anonymous survey which focuses in particular on their perspective of perpetrator interventions, including both with and without criminal justice system involvement. This study will have an impact on what we know about survivors perspectives of perpetrator work, which is a previously under-researched area.
The survey covers topics such as;
Were there any formal or informal consequences for the perpetrator of abuse?
What would survivors would have wanted in terms of perpetrator intervention?
What would have been the preferred pathway to intervention/support for survivors and how could it be improved?
To take part in this survey please click the link here;
This link will also take you through participant information and consent processes.
This is an international study funded by the EU Horizons fund from 2020-2022 and the data collection is also happening in tandem across partners in Greece, Italy, Romania, and Cyprus. This study has gained ethical clearance from Bournemouth University.
For more information about this study, please contact the Principle Investigator at Bounremouth University, Dr Jade Levell; email@example.com
If you are currently experiencing domestic abuse and are seeking help, please go to;
Or you can call Refuge’s National Domestic Abuse Helpline for free and confidential advice, 24 hours a day on 0808 2000 247. Visit the helpline website to access further information, a contact form and the live chat service. If you are in immediate danger, call 999 and ask for the police.