Research Assistant Opportunity: Police Accountability

The University of Dundee is seeking candidates for a Research Assistant to conduct ESRC-funded research on Police Accountability as part of the POLACS project, which investigates and compares complaints procedures against police personnel in the UK, Germany, France, Canada and Japan, to identify best practice and procedural problems, as well as to set minimum standards for viable complaints structures.

The successful candidate will require a mix of academic and communications skills, including strong skills in data collection, a completed PhD in a relevant discipline, experience of academic research into policing, and the ability to build and maintain a website and social media engagement.

You can learn more or apply here by Wednesday 9 December 2020. For informal inquiries, please contact Dr. Anja Johansen (Humanities, University of Dundee) Prof. Nick Fyfe (Social Sciences, University of Dundee, or Dr. Genevieve Lennon (Law, University of Strathclyde).