We are academics who work in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at Teesside University.
We are giving of our time freely to this project as we value the contribution it makes to our local community during the Covid19 pandemic.
Although we value their partnership and support for our work, we are committed to maintaining our independence from Cleveland Police and The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland.
What we do is governed by the Research Ethics Committee of the School of Social Sciences Humanities and Law, to reassure:
Firstly, members of the public, so they know can speak to us freely and in complete confidence.
Secondly, our fellow academics, so they are reassured that we have adhered to shared research ethics standards when conducting this project.
You can find out more about each of us below.
Marty Chamberlain Professor Chamberlain is the research lead for this project. Please contact him directly if you would like to ask any questions. His email is email@example.com