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Universities' Police Science Institute

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Universities' Police Science Institute

1-3 Museum Place

Cardiff, Cardiff,CF10 3BD

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Universities' Police Science Institute (UPSI) was established in 2007 in partnership with South Wales Police to develop the research evidence base for the art, craft and science of policing. Since its inception it has secured £2million external funding fro...more

Background Information

Employment History

Course Leader and Lecturer BSc Criminology and Criminal Justice

University of South Wales


PhD Student

Cardiff University


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People - UPSI

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Former Student - Cheryl Allsop
Cheryl was a PhD student at UPSI, her thesis topicentitled 'Coming out of the Cold: Negotiating Multi Disciplinary Expertise in Police Cold Case Investigations'. She has an MSc in Social Science Research Methods from Cardiff University, an MSc in Criminal Justice Studies from Portsmouth University, a Law degree from Nottingham Trent University and a Psychology degree from the Open University. Prior to joining UPSI she worked in various roles in the financial services industry. Her research interests include the investigation and detection of unsolved homicides and major crime investigations more generally, miscarriages of justice, the use of psychological interventions in policing and detection and the processes, practices and interactions of the different parties within the Criminal Justice System.


upsi.org.uk

Former Student - Cheryl Allsop
Cheryl was a PhD student at UPSI, her thesis topic entitled 'Coming out of the Cold: Negotiating Multi Disciplinary Expertise in Police Cold Case Investigations'. She has an MSc in Social Science Research Methods from Cardiff University, an MSc in Criminal Justice Studies from Portsmouth University, a Law degree from Nottingham Trent University and a Psychology degree from the Open University. Prior to joining UPSI she worked in various roles in the financial services industry. Her research interests include the investigation and detection of unsolved homicides and major crime investigations more generally, miscarriages of justice, the use of psychological interventions in policing and detection and the processes, practices and interactions of the different parties within the Criminal Justice System.


Universities' Police Science Institute - People

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Cheryl Allsop
Cheryl is a PhD student at UPSI, her thesis topic is 'Coming out of the Cold: Negotiating Multi Disciplinary Expertise in Police Cold Case Investigations'. She has an MSc in Social Science Research Methods from Cardiff University, an MSc in Criminal Justice Studies from Portsmouth University, a Law degree from Nottingham Trent University and a Psychology degree from the Open University. Prior to joining UPSI she worked in various roles in the financial services industry. Her research interests include the investigation and detection of unsolved homicides and major crime investigations more generally, miscarriages of justice, the use of psychological interventions in policing and detection and the processes, practices and interactions of the different parties within the Criminal Justice System. allsopc@cardiff.ac.uk


The British Society of Criminology. Graduate Members

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Cheryl Allsop - Research Student, Cardiff University
Email:allsopc@cardiff.ac.uk Cheryl is an ESRC funded PhD student with the Universities Police Science Institute (UPSI), and the school of Social Sciences Cardiff University, her thesis topic is 'Coming out of the Cold: Negotiating Multi Disciplinary Expertise in Police Cold Case Investigations'.


courses.southwales.ac.uk

Dr Cheryl Allsop


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