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portrait of Merili Pullerits

Merili Pullerits

Research Associate

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology

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City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Overview

Merili Pullerits joined the Violence and Society Centre at City, University of London in July 2019. Her research areas of interest are domestic violence and coercion, and trafficking in human beings. Merili is also a Research Student in the Department of Sociology where she started her degree in October 2019. For her research project she is using Crime Survey for England and Wales data to conceptualise and operationalise a measurement framework for domestic violence.

Publications

Reports (7)

  1. Sharrock, S., Kerr, J., Pullerits, M., Roberts, E. and Ailyn, S. (2020). Evaluation of the National Child Protection Inspection programme on policing. HMICFRS.
  2. Pullerits, M., Piggott, H., Turley, C., DeMarco, J., Ghezelayagh, S., Tann, J. … Wedlake-James, T. (2020). Successes and challenges of delivering hate crime community projects. Home Office.
  3. Roberts, E., Sharrock, S., Pullerits, M., Barnard, M. and Turley, C. (2020). The reform prisons pilot: Research report on lessons learnt. Ministry of Justice.
  4. Kerr, J., Roberts, E., Davies, M. and Pullerits, M. (2019). Process evaluation of the Global Positioning System (GPS) Electronic Monitoring Pilot: Qualitative findings. Ministry of Justice.
  5. Pullerits, M., Turley, C., Gates, S. and DeMarco, J. (2019). Public Perceptions of Extremism: Interim summary report. Commission for Countering Extremism.
  6. Bury, J., Pullerits, M., Edwards, S., Davies, C. and DeMarco, J. (2018). Enhancing Diversity in Policing. NatCen Social Research.
  7. Sharrock, S., Pullerits, M., Piggott, H., Edwards, S. and DeMarco, J. (2018). The experiences of victims of hate crime. NatCen Social Research.