This project is designed to assess how to predict the UK public's fear of a terrorist attack.
An evaluation of a mentoring intervention programme designed to support 60 young people impacted by serious and organised crime.
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This project aims to explore the influence of COVID-19 on the cyber-victimisation of disabled people in Scotland and utiise findings to inform policy and practice.
This project will assess the impacts of diversion on crime, hospitalization numbers and engagement with drug treatment..
The study explores the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on domestic abuse (DA) safeguarding arrangements at a strategic and practice level from both professional and survivor perspectives.
Forensic face-matching examiners provide vital identification evidence in criminal investigations.
This project aims to investigate the profile, reasons for, and implications of victim non-engagement with police and criminal justice processes in domestic absue and rape cases.
Building on the original pilot to to expand the cohort of young people who have received a Threat to Life notice;
Identifying and informing the creation of educational resources on mobile phone use whilst driving;
Collaboratively developing a new User Insight survey which incorporates feelings and thoughts of the local community.
Developing virtual reality technology educational resources for schools and the wider public.to tackle hate and extremism.
This pilot project sought to gather the views of a range of professionals (healthcare, social work, police, border agencies) about the care of unaccompanied minors.
This project involved PSNI working with the Centre for Policing Research and Learning on the design, delivery and evaluation of a new learning intervention which aims to improve community engagement in target neighbourhood areas.
A multi-methodological project that analysed police use of social media, and what impact citizen enquiry using social media might have on a police investigation.
An investigation of forensic markets through a systematic review and a series of interviews with the police, the regulatory bodies and forensic science companies.
This project compares existing methods for assessing the risk posed by an OCG and formulating recommendations for how OCG risk assesments could be carried out..
This project examined to what extent current eyewitness identification practice is evidence based, and which procedures 'work'.
An exploration of how witnesses are investigating crimes through social media and how this might impact policing practice.
Are current visual identification procedures in the UK evidence based, and what is preventing research findings being translated into practice?
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 - 10:00 to Thursday, September 29, 2022 - 14:00
Wednesday, November 2, 2022 - 09:30 to 16:30
OU Campus, Walton Hall, MK7 6AA