Police officers are frequently confronted with bystander conflicts, when civilians present but not directly involved hamper police performance during the primary intervention (eg verba land fysical abuse). Often the police is forced to react which might lead to escalation of the conflict. This project investigates how these police-bystander conflicts arise and develop. The study of the conflict (de-) escalation uses among other things real-life footage of CCTVs and body-cams, and virtual reality games. The aim is to develop an intervention.
|Effective start/end date||1/06/21 → 1/06/25|
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