Mrs Katarina Ozcakir Mozova


NameMrs Katarina Ozcakir Mozova
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Policing
Research instituteSchool of Law, Criminal Justice and Policing

Research outputs

The use of facility dogs to bridge the justice gap for survivors of sexual offending

Spruin, E., Ozcakir Mozova, K., Dempster, T. and Freeman, R. 2020. The use of facility dogs to bridge the justice gap for survivors of sexual offending. Social Sciences. 9 (6). https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci9060096

Facility dogs as a tool for building rapport and credibility with child witnesses

Spruin, E., Dempster, T. and Ozcakir Mozova, K. 2020. Facility dogs as a tool for building rapport and credibility with child witnesses. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice.

Investigative challenges relating to gang-related homicide: senior investigating officers’ perspectives

Ozcakir Mozova, K. 2019. Investigative challenges relating to gang-related homicide: senior investigating officers’ perspectives. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice. 5 (3), pp. 189-201. https://doi.org/10.1108/JCRPP-04-2019-0024/full/html

Exploring the impact of specially trained dogs on the court experiences of survivors of sexual offending in England and Wales: an exploratory case study

Spruin, L., Ozcakir Mozova, K., Dempster, T. and Mitchell, S. 2019. Exploring the impact of specially trained dogs on the court experiences of survivors of sexual offending in England and Wales: an exploratory case study. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research. pp. 1-27. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10610-019-09419-1

The use of therapy dogs to support court users in the waiting room

Spruin, L., Ozcakir Mozova, K., Franz, A., Mitchell, S., Fernandez, A., Dempster, T. and Holt, N. 2019. The use of therapy dogs to support court users in the waiting room. International Criminal Justice Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/1057567719827063

Dogs in the criminal justice system: consideration of facility and therapy dogs

Spruin, L. and Ozcakir Mozova, K. 2018. Dogs in the criminal justice system: consideration of facility and therapy dogs. Pet Behaviour Science. 5, pp. 1-12. https://doi.org/10.21071/pbs.v0i5.10084

Specially trained dogs in the UK criminal justice system

Spruin, L. and Ozcakir Mozova, K. 2018. Specially trained dogs in the UK criminal justice system. Seen and Heard. 28 (1), pp. 63-67.

Using specially trained dogs in the Criminal Justice System

Spruin, L. and Ozcakir Mozova, K. 2017. Using specially trained dogs in the Criminal Justice System. Forensic Update.

Helping criminal justice system users: utilising specially trained dogs

Spruin, L. and Ozcakir Mozova, K. 2017. Helping criminal justice system users: utilising specially trained dogs.

Female firesetters: gender associated psychological and psychopathological features

Alleyne, E., Gannon, T., Ozcakir Mozova, K., Page, T. and O Ciardha, C. 2016. Female firesetters: gender associated psychological and psychopathological features. Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes. 79 (4), pp. 364-378. https://doi.org/10.1080/00332747.2016.1185892

Specialist group therapy for firesetting behaviour: evidence of a treatment effect from a non-randomised pilot trial with male prisoners

Gannon, T., Alleyne, E., Butler, H., Danby, H., Kapoor, A., Lovell, T., Ozcakir Mozova, K., Spruin, L., Tostevin, T., Tyler, N. and O'Ciardha, C. 2015. Specialist group therapy for firesetting behaviour: evidence of a treatment effect from a non-randomised pilot trial with male prisoners. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 73, pp. 42-51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brat.2015.07.007

Psychological and behavioural characteristics that distinguish street gang members in custody

Alleyne, E., Wood, J., Ozcakir Mozova, K. and James, M. 2014. Psychological and behavioural characteristics that distinguish street gang members in custody. Legal and Criminological Psychology. 21, pp. 266-285. https://doi.org/10.1111/lcrp.12072

Predicting involvement in prison gang activity: street gang membership, social and psychological factors

Wood, J., Alleyne, E., Ozcakir Mozova, K. and James, M. 2014. Predicting involvement in prison gang activity: street gang membership, social and psychological factors. Law and Human Behavior. 38 (3), pp. 203-211. https://doi.org/10.1037/lhb0000053
  • 315
    total views of outputs
  • 415
    total downloads of outputs
  • 18
    views of outputs this month
  • 29
    downloads of outputs this month