Intimate partner homicide (Innovative legal responses)
Innovative legal responses to the prevention of intimate partner homicide in the UK, US and Canada (2016)
Funded by: The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Investigator: Dr Kate Fitz-Gibbon
This project was part of a 2015 Churchill Fellowship awarded to Dr Kate Fitz-Gibbon to investigate the effectiveness of innovative and recently introduced legal responses to intimate homicide in the UK, USA and Canada. The project examined the merits of the offence of coercive control in England and the proposed offence of domestic abuse in Scotland, the New York integrated domestic violence court model and domestic violence death review committees internationally.
The full report, 2015 Churchill Fellow Report: The Peter Mitchell Fellowship to examine innovative legal responses to intimate homicide in the UK, USA, Canada, was published in 2016.