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Economic, Social and Political Sciences
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K.S.Sindall@soton.ac.uk

Dr Katy Sindall BSc, MSc, PhD

Lecturer in Criminology and Quantitative Methods

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Dr Katy Sindall is Lecturer in Criminology and Quantitative Methods within Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology at the University of Southampton.

Katy joined Economic, Social and Political Sciences in 2011. She studied for her first degree in Sociology and Social Research at the University of Surrey, where she also completed an MSc Social Research Methods and a PhD in sociology, specialising in quantitative criminology (funded by the ESRC). She has previously worked as a researcher for both the Metropolitan Police and the Ministry of Justice.

Research interests

My interests are in understanding public perceptions of the police, crime and the criminal justice system, with a particular focus on public confidence in the police, police legitimacy, fear of crime and public engagement with policing. I have an interest in quantitative methods, applying advanced quantitative techniques to explore these criminological areas and I was a co-investigator of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods (2011-2014 and 2014-2017).

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I supervise a range of undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation students and can provide particular expertise with regard to quantitative analysis and the use of secondary datasets, such as the Crime Survey for England and Wales.

I currently contribute to the following modules:

  • CRIM1003: Introduction to Criminology
  • CRIM1004: Criminal Justice Studies
  • CRIM2002: Crime and Criminal Justice: Historical Perspectives

I have experience of convening and contributing to a range of both undergraduate and postgraduate criminology and methodology modules, including CRIM6001 Criminal Justice: Policy and Practice, SOCI2020 Research Skills, STAT1003 Introduction to Quantitative Methods, RESM6005 Survey Design. I have also delivered short courses in Structural Equation Modelling for the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM).

Dr Katy Sindall
Reception Building 58 University of Southampton Southampton SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

Room Number: 58/4056

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