Brown, Jennifer


Professor Jennifer Brown  

Department

Position held

Mannheim Centre for the Study of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Co Director

Department of Social Policy

Non LSE positions held

Department

Position held

The Association of Chief Police Officer's sub committee on behavioural investigative advice

Committee member

Indepndent Police Commission

Deputy Chair

Experience keywords:

Police occupational culture; rape; occupational stress; gender and policing; mixed methods research

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Police occupational culture especially gender and diversity as well as stress experienced by officers and staff. Police decision making with reference to rape and murder investigations. Aspects of behavioural investigative advice (formerly known as offender profiling). Advocate of mixed methods research design including semi structured interviews, focus groups, card sorting techniques, questionnaires. Analysis of novel data such as children's drawings

Sectors and industries to which research relates:

ConsultancyHealthcareLaw

Media experience:

RadioTV

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7955 6445

Publications

LSE Research Online, Funnelback Search

2014

Acuña-Rivera, Marcela and Brown, Jennifer and Uzzell, David (2014) Risk perception as mediator in perceptions of neighbourhood disorder and safety about victimisation Journal of Environmental Psychology, 40. 64-75. ISSN 0272-4944

Cole, Terri and Brown, Jennifer (2014) Behavioural investigative advice: assistance to investigative decision-making in difficult-to-detect murder Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 11 (3). 191-220. ISSN 1544-4759

Brown, Jennifer, ed (2014) The future of policing Routledge, Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415821629

2012

Brown, Jennifer and Bear, Daniel (2012) Women police officers may lose equality gains with the current police reform programme British Politics and Policy at LSE (2 Jul 2012) Blog entry

Brown, Jennifer (2012) We must deal with police abuse of the promise to protect and serve British Politics and Policy at LSE (9 Jul 2012) Blog entry

Salaam, Abeeb Olufemi and Brown, Jennifer (2012) Lagos “area boys”, substance usage and potential risk factors International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 10 (1). 83-96. ISSN 1557-1874

Brown, Jennifer and Heidensohn, Frances (2012) From Juliet to Jane: women police in TV cop shows, reality, rank and careers In: Newburn, Tim and Peay, Jill, (eds.) Policing: Politics, Culture and Control. Hart Publishing, Oxford, UK, 111-134. ISBN 9781849463003

2011

Brown, Jennifer (2011) Stress and policing: a retrospective reflection and contemporary updating In: Devonport, Tracey J., (ed.) Managing Stress: From Theory to Application . Psychology research progress. Nova Science Publishers , New York, USA. ISBN 9781614707486

Brown, Jennifer and Woolfenden, Susan (2011) Implications of the changing gender ratio amongst warranted police officers Policing, 5 (4). 356-364. ISSN 1752-4512

Brown, Jennifer and Walklate, Sandra, eds (2011) Handbook on sexual violence Routledge, Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415670722

Acuña-Rivera, Marcela and Uzzell, David and Brown, Jennifer (2011) Percepción de desorden, riesgo y seguridad: la influencia del método Psyecology: Revista Bilingüe de Psicología Ambiental, 2 (2). 115-126. ISSN 2171-1976

Cole, Terri and Brown, Jennifer (2011) What do senior police officers want from behavioural investigative advisors? In: Alison, Laurence and Rainbow, Lee, (eds.) Professionalizing Offender Profiling: Forensic and Investigative Psychology in Practice . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 181-205. ISBN 9780415668781

Brown, Jennifer (2011) We mind and we care but have things changed? Assessment of progress in the reporting, investigating and prosecution of allegations of rape Journal of Sexual Aggression, 17 (3). 263-272. ISSN 1355-2600

Brown, Jennifer (2011) Facet theory and multi-dimensional scaling methods in forensic research In: Sheldon, Kerry and Davies, Jason and Howells, Kevin, (eds.) Research in Practice for Forensic Professionals . Issues in forensic psychology. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 60-86. ISBN 9780415672726

2010

Salaam, Abeeb Olufemi and Brown, Jennifer (2010) Patterns of psychoactive substance use among prison inmates in Nigeria prior to and during custody International Journal of Prisoner Health, 6 (3). 107-116. ISSN 1744-9200

Horvath, Miranda and Brown, Jennifer (2010) Between a rock and a hard place The Psychologist, 23 (7). 556-559. ISSN 0952-8229

Brown, Jennifer and Campbell, Elizabeth A. , eds (2010) Cambridge handbook of forensic psychology Cambridge handbooks in psychology . Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521878098

Miller, Sarah and Brown, Jennifer (2010) HMP Dovegate's therapeutic community: an analysis of reconviction data Therapeutic Communities Journal , 31 (1). 62-75. ISSN 0964-1866

Board, Belinda J. and Brown, Jennifer (2010) Barriers and enablers to returning to work from long-term sickness absence: part I-A quantitative perspective American Journal of Industrial Medicine. ISSN 0271-3586

2009

Horvath, Miranda and Brown, Jennifer, eds (2009) Rape: challenging contemporary thinking Willan Publishing, Cullompton, UK. ISBN 9781843925194

2000

Heidensohn, Frances and Brown, Jennifer, eds (2000) Gender and policing: comparative perspectives Palgrave Macmillan , London, UK. ISBN 9780333730607

1994

Brown, Jennifer and Campbell, E. A. (1994) Stress and policing: sources and strategies Wiley, Chichester, UK. ISBN 9780471941385


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Awards

International Association of Women in Policing Presidents Award for contribution to advancing the position of women in policing

 

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