Jeffrey DeMarco is Research Director for the Crime, Justice and Attitudes team.
He is a criminological and forensic psychological researcher, with a range of experience in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and expertise focusing within the field of procedural justice and policing; cybercrime; adolescents and crime; and violence prevention.
He has recently finalized a project with CATS managing a European Commission ISEC investigation exploring collaborative practices in the prevention, intervention and policing of online childhood sexual abuse, with an additional focus on adolescent online victimization and outcomes in early adulthood, including lifestyle resilience/risk and psychopathology.
Jeffrey has worked with both British and European police in training on online radicalization and intervention strategies, as well as having worked in conflict zones in establishing better practices between military personal and local communities.
Jeffrey holds a B.Sc. in Psychology from McGill University; and M.Sc. in Forensic Psychology from London Metropolitan; and a PhD in Criminology and Psychology from Royal Holloway.