Research Brief

Thank you for your interest in our survey, which is a joint initiative by ICPR Birkbeck, Perpetuity Research and IGCP at University College, London We are looking for respondents who currently work in the UK  as a criminal  solicitor, solicitor advocate, or independent barrister. If you fit these criteria, please read the following information carefully before deciding whether or not you would like to proceed.

The research aims to support fairer and more effective law enforcement and prosecution of offences. You will be asked to complete an online survey which has been designed by the research team. Themes covered by the survey include the disclosure review process and the presentation of social media evidence in court. The survey will take 5-10 minutes to complete.

You will also be asked some other questions about your role and which organisation you work for. You will not, however, be asked for any information that could identify you: participation is entirely anonymous. Your participation in the study is entirely voluntary: you should only take part in the survey if you wish to, and if you take part, you can withdraw at any time before you submit your answers. Please note that, because participation is anonymous, you will not be able to withdraw after submission of your responses. Please also note that SurveyMonkey will save any data you have already entered, even if you quit the survey before completing it.
 
The survey data will be securely held in accordance with GDPR regulations. Only the researchers will have access to the data. The findings of the survey and wider project will be reported in anonymised forms in project reports and other outputs. If you would like further information before proceeding, please contact Tiggey May at t.may@bbk.ac.uk.


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