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Dr Kartikeya Tripathi
Room No 402
Department of Security and Crime Science
35 Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9EZ
Appointment
  • Lecturer
  • Dept of Security and Crime Science
  • Faculty of Engineering Science
Biography

I have a degree in criminal law and a Masters in Criminal Justice Policy from University of Oxford. My previous work experience includes a career in journalism where I specialized in the working of organised crime syndicates and South East Asian terrorist groups.

Research Summary

My research interests lie in applying a mixed-methods approach to investigate questions around crime, security and terrorism. In my work I draw upon my diverse academic background in History, Law, Criminology and Crime Science.

I have worked across a range of topics such as modeling deviation from security procedures by metro rail drivers (for my PhD), quantitative analysis of sexual harassment of women in India, practices used by police in developing world to geo-locate crime in informal neighbourhoods as well as my current project on cybercrime against the elderly.

I have worked on research projects with various government and private sector organisations both in Europe and Asia, and I am especially interested in applying principles of Crime Science to support capacity building in developing world.

Teaching Summary

I encourage students to use qualitative and quantitative research methods to comprehensively understand crime, its causation and prevention. 

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