Using Artificial Intelligence to Identify Perpetrators of Technology Facilitated Coercive Control.

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Havard, T., Nnamokon N, Magill, C., Demeocq C, Procter J, Harvey, D. and Bettinson V (2022). Using Artificial Intelligence to Identify Perpetrators of Technology Facilitated Coercive Control. London Home Office.
AuthorsHavard, T., Nnamokon N, Magill, C., Demeocq C, Procter J, Harvey, D. and Bettinson V
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This study investigated the feasibility of using Artificial Intelligence to identify perpetrators of coercive control through digital data held on mobile phones. The research also sought the views of the police and victim/survivors of domestic abuse to using technology in this way.

KeywordsCoercive Control, domestic abuse, Artificial Intellegence
Year2022
PublisherHome Office
Place of publicationLondon
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Deposited30 Jan 2023
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