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.
Successful applicants to the Bursary Scheme 2017/18 receive positive news as the College provides funding towards their academic study.
Here at College What Works, we are seeking Research Map contributions from students, police and academics.
Professor Martin Innes of Cardiff University explains how research by the What Works Centre helps us to understand the contribution of disruption techniques in preventing terrorism.
My experience of conducting research as a police officer and some key tips for future researchers
Dr Jyoti Belur and Dr Amy Thornton of UCL Department of Security and Crime Science talk about the newly-published systematic review on electronic monitoring.
Are you a police officer involved in neighbourhood policing? Or a practitioner with expert knowledge of the skills needed to deliver effective community engagement? We need your help…
This review on the use of speed cameras was conducted by Dr Phil Edwards and Dr Chloe Perkins of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.