Research Ongoing Research Uncategorised Gender Responsive Policing: Systematic Review

Gender Responsive Policing: Systematic Review

Title of the project:  Effectiveness of different ‘gender-responsive policing’ initiatives designed to enhance confidence, satisfaction in policing services and reduce risk of violence against women in low and middle income countries - A systematic review

Research Objectives:

The review will address the following specific objectives

  1. To identify and thematically classify interventions carried out under Gender Responsive Policing initiatives in low and middle income countries to enhance women’s confidence and satisfaction in policing services.   
  2. To synthesize the existing evidence on effectiveness of different ‘gender-responsive policing’ initiatives designed to enhance confidence and satisfaction in policing services and reduce risk of violence against women in low and middle income countries.

Organizations involved:

  1. Public Health Evidence South Asia, Manipal University, Manipal
  2. Prayas Health Group, Pune

Type of research: Systematic Review

Research Investigators:

Principle Investigator: Dr.Sreekumaran Nair (Director, Public Health Evidence South Asia, Manipal University)

Co-Investigator: Dr. Shrinivas Darak (Senior Researcher, Prayas Health Group, Pune)

Funding: The South Asia Research Hub (SARH) under SARH Systematic Review Program for South Asia

Duration of the Project: 14 months

Start date: 01/10/2015

 

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