In their mission to reduce vulnerability, Essex police is currently developing an innovative approach to the use of analytics as a means of understanding, predicting and subsequently reducing risk.
A scheme that gives police officers and staff across England and Wales financial support towards their education is re-opening today for its third year of applications.
This review on the use of red light enforcement cameras was conducted by Dr Chloe Perkins and Dr Rebecca Steinbach of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Why do we play games? Are there elements of game play that could be transferred to learning? The College of Policing and Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) are exploring how to use gamification to make learning more engaging and effective.
The College of Policing research team helps us to examine whether Santa is the cause of our Christmas gifts - from a research and statistics perspective.
Here at College What Works, we are seeking Research Map contributions from students, police and academics.
Dr Helen Innes from the Crime and Security Research Institute at Cardiff University explains how an experiment with a cartoon cat has generated new evidence about how to better use crime prevention communications to influence public behaviour.
DCI Julie Henderson tells us about her innovative work in developing the first in-custody digital footwear scanner and about her accidental journey into academia.