As part of our Commissioned Partnership Programme the consortium undertook a programme of new crime reduction systematic reviews.
A systematic review identifies, appraises, synthesises and impartially interprets all relevant unpublished and published research that has been carried out to address a particular research question. Systematic reviews are objective, transparent and aim to avoid bias in all stages of the review process. The conclusion of a systematic review will highlight the evidence base that can be used to support decision making and practice, as well as highlighting the lack of evidence on a particular research question.
Please see the table below for details of each of the new systematic reviews.