Jasmine is a PhD candidate in Social Research Methods supervised by Professor Jonathan Jackson and Dr Kristzian Posch, UCL.
Jasmine has several years of experience working within the police service. She holds a BSc in Criminology from the University of Roehampton and an LLM in Law (Criminal Justice) from the University of Kent.
Jasmine is interested in police studies. Her doctoral research focuses on the disproportionately in police use of force, using advanced quantitative techniques. This is a collaborative research project with the non-academic partner being the College of Policing, the professional body for everyone who works for the police service in England and Wales.
Jasmine’s research is funded by the LSE PhD Studentship in ‘Analysing and Challenging Inequalities’.