Jo has just started with us in October 2019 and she is based with our CRITiCaL team in the Urban Science Building –
My background is in Forensic Psychology, and I am primarily interested in the causes, investigation and policing of anti-social behaviour. I am currently involved with the CRITiCaL project, examining human aspects of cybercrime, including routes to victimisation and offending, and the investigation and prevention of these offences.
My research interests are relatively broad and include:
Publications: Journal Articles:
Giebels, E., Oostinga, M., Taylor, P., & Curtis, J. (2017).
The cultural dimension of uncertainty avoidance impacts police–civilian interaction. Law And Human Behavior, 41(1), 93-102. doi: 10.1037/lhb0000227
Sensemaking and Concessions in Crisis Negotiations. International Association of Conflict Management (2015); Clearwater Beach, FL