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  1. Institute of Criminal Justice Studies University of Portsmouth Room 5.32 St George's Building 141 High Street Portsmouth PO1 2HY The Reporting of Police Corruption & Misconduct I would like to invite you to take part in my research study by completing an online survey questionnaire. The study is an exploration of the "Blue Code of Silence", which is the theory that police personnel are reluctant to report their colleagues' corruption or misconduct. This research study forms part of my MSc Counter Fraud and Counter Corruption Studies degree. You have been identified as a potential respondent through social and professional networks. I am contacting you in the capacity of a student researcher. It is entirely up to you whether you participate, your choice will have no impact, either positive or negative, on any working relationship we might have, but your response would be valued. All parts of the questionnaire are optional. Please click here to access the questionnaire. Thank you for your interest. Researcher: Stuart Morishita Dubois Academic Supervisor: Dr Martin Tunley Tel: 02392 843986