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Gilbert, Emily

Emily Gilbert Principal Research Officer, London Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime

Emily is a Principal Research Officer at the London Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime. She designs and manages surveys of residents and victims of crime, focused on attitudes towards, and experiences of, policing in London. She obtained an MA in Longitudinal Social Research, followed by a PhD in Survey Methodology from the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex, writing her thesis on the sources of measurement error in panel surveys. She has previously worked as a Survey Manager at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies, University College London, on the design and implementation of the British birth cohort studies housed there. Her research interests centre on issues around attitude measurement, data quality, longitudinal data collection, and the use of new technology and innovative methods for data collection.