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Jane Kerr

Jane Kerr

Senior Researcher

Crime, Justice & Attitudes

Jane Kerr is a Qualitative Senior Researcher in NatCen's Crime and Justice team. She  is currently working on an evaluation of the Stop It Now! helpline (funded by the European Commission). More recently, Jane has worked on a range of qualitative studies about gambling behaviour, and a study for the Sentencing Council exploring online fraud and its impact on victims.

Jane currently delivers training for NatCen Learning on the qualitative in-depth interviewing course. She also has a background in quantitative research and has previously worked on workplace surveys and a panel survey about Families and Children.

Prior to joining NatCen Social Research in 2003, Jane read Human Communication at Manchester University before completing a MA in Social Anthropology, at Durham University. 

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