Dr Jyoti Belur
Dept of Security and Crime Science
Faculty of Engineering Science
- Joined UCL
- 7th Jan 2008
Dr Belur's research interests include policing, police training and education, systematic reviews and evaluations, and violence against women and children.
Current grants as principal investigator:
- Project: Evaluating Organisation Justice Interventions in two police force areas (UK and USA). Funded by Vera Institute of Justice.
- Project: Evaluating Multi Agency Stalking Intervention Programme in three police force areas. Funded by Suzy Lamplugh Trust (Police Transformation Fund, UK)
- Project: Developing and Evaluating Evidence Based Police Graduate Training Programme. Funded by Police Innovation Fund, Home Office, UK
- Project: India Mid - Career Training Programme, Funded by Ministry of Home Affairs, India
- Project: Countering Naxalite Terrorism: Police Perspectives. Funded by Leverhulme Trust (Early Career Fellowship)
- Programme Director, BSc in Professional Policing: Leading design and development of a new pre-join degree in professional policing
- Summer Challenge - running a 6 week taster course on Policing as part of UCL's widening participation programme.
- Programme Director, MSc in Policing 2017: Lead the design and development of a new post graduate MSc degree in Policing
- Module co-ordinator for ‘Policing and the Public’ (postgraduate) September 2017 - to date
- Module co-ordinator for ‘Qualitative Methods’ (undergraduate)September 2017
- Module co-ordinator for ‘Qualitative Research Methods’ (postgraduate) since 2012 to date.
- Programme Director for Mid-Career Training Programme for senior Indian Police Officers 2015.
- Occasional Lectures for modules for the MSc in Crime Science, MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism and Masters in Research - on Perspectives on Terrorism, Perspectives on Organised Crime, Doing Research in Social Sciences, Understanding Crime, Prevention and Detection; Global Security Challenges (2008- to date) as well as for the new BSc in Security and Crime Science – on Crime and Society
- Module co-ordinator for ‘Crime and Public Health’ (1st year MBBS) 2012-2015
- Module co-coordinator for ‘Perspectives on Organised Crime and Terrorism’ (MSc Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism) 2009-2012
- London School of Economics and Political Science
- Doctorate, Doctorate. | 2008
- University of Essex
- Other higher degree, Master of Arts | 1999
- Osmania University
- Other higher degree, Masters | 1995
- University of Bombay
- Other higher degree, Master of Arts | 1990
- University of Bombay
- First Degree, Bachelor of Arts | 1988
Dr. Jyoti Belur qualified in Economics at the University of Mumbai where she worked as a lecturer before joining the Indian Police Service and serving as a senior police officer in the North of India.
She has a Masters in Police Management from Osmania University and, after leaving the police, went on to complete a Masters in Human Rights at the University of Essex. Dr. Belur’s PhD thesis on the Police Use of Deadly Force in Mumbai was completed at the London School of Economics.