Iain Brennan tells us about his analysis addressing gaps in our knowledge about the distribution of violence across groups, places and times – in adults and children – using data from the Crime Survey of England and Wales.
Our registered pilot scheme has been launched to support forces to trial and test innovative ways to reduce crime, by providing relevant research support and specialist advice
Problem-oriented policing (POP) is an approach to tackling crime that involves the identification of a specific problem, thorough analysis to understand the problem, the development of a tailored response and an assessment of the effects of the response.
The National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) commissioned the Officer and Staff Safety Review in September 2019 following a number of serious assaults on police that had attracted both police and public interest about the welfare of officers.
Our fifth scheme was launched in March, just as police forces responded to the unprecedented situation caused by the pandemic. We were pleased to receive over 130 applications from officers and staff across 40 forces in England and Wales.
Going equipped is a new publication for policing. Its focus is on sharing ideas, practice and insights within policing. All of the content is written and reviewed by police officers and staff and the Editorial Board has members from across policing.
This report is a result of a project which aims to illustrate some of the ways in which police-recorded crime data could be combined with other sources to provide a deeper insight into the geographical and social distribution of violent crime.
A new report has been published which aims to encourage and support long term planning within policing.