Miss Jennifer Phipps

BCL (Hons) Law; BSc (Hons) Criminology with Psychology; MSc (Hons) Criminology with Forensic Psychology; PGCTHE

Miss Jennifer Phipps

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Research

My main areas of research are related to criminology and criminal psychology. I am interested in the areas surrounding the causes of offending behaviour and the treatment and rehabilitation of offenders.

I have also been involved with research related to policing and the military. More specifically, issues related to the cultural and professionalism of the uniformed services.

Publications

"'I’ll make a man out of you": The Effect of Mixed Gender Relations on Primary Group Cohesion in Military UnitsPhipps, J. 2013
Policing Farm Crime in England and WalesJones, J. H. & Phipps, J. R. 2012 In : Papers from the British Criminology Conference (An online Journal by the British Society of Criminology).12, 22 p.
Women at War: The Challenges of Combat ExclusionPhipps, J. 2012
Policing Rural Crime in the Big SocietyJones, J. H. & Phipps, J. 2012
Females on the Frontline: An Exploration of the Effect of Women Soldiers in the Armed ForcesPhipps, J. & Devi-McGleish, Y. 2012
Females on the Frontline: An Exploration of the Effect of Women Soldiers in the Armed ForcesPhipps, J. 2012
Women at War: The Challenges of Combat ExclusionPhipps, J. R. 2012
Who works? The role of the facilitator in restorative justice practicesPhipps, J. 2010
The role of higher education institutes in developing police specialisation: initial police training in England and WalesPhipps, J. 2009
Getting the right person for the job: Police recruitment in a changing worldPhipps, J. 2009
Going beyond training: Finding the time to educate initial police trainees on the broader aspects of domestic abusePhipps, J. 2008
Initial police training: Challenges and developments in the UKPhipps, J., Tong, S. & Wood, D. 2007
Diversity, policing and alternative dispute resolutionCohen, C., Phipps, J. & Waters, B. 2007