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the Virtual Burglary Project

Find out more about how Dr Claire Nee's Virtual Burglary Project is using the latest technology to prevent burglaries 

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Using virtual reality to understand the mindset of a burglar
Could virtual reality help to prevent burglaries?

Watch Dr Claire Nee, a Forensic Psychologist at the University of Portsmouth, use virtual reality to understand the mindset of a burglar while they're committing the crime.

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Read more about Dr Claire Nee

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Professor Claire Nee

  • Job Title Professor in Forensic Psychology
  • Email Address Claire.Nee@port.ac.uk
  • Department Department of Psychology
  • Faculty Faculty of Science and Health
  • PhD Supervisor PhD Supervisor

Explore our Forensic Psychology research

Take a closer look at the work we're doing across the University in the field, by exploring our Forensic Psychology research area of expertise and our International Centre for Research in Forensic Psychology.

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