We have updated the Crime Reduction Toolkit’s summary of hot spots policing approaches and how these impact on reducing crime
Evaluations of two interventions designed to reduce serious violence have now been published and here we share some of the main findings.
Our ‘what works in policing to reduce crime’ series, updated in Spring 2021, provides a brief overview of the most effective ways the police can tackle crime, based on the best available research evidence at the time of publishing.
Our new intervention about body-worn cameras (BWCs) assesses their impact on police and public behaviour when used in a law enforcement context.
Evaluations of three interventions designed to provide early intervention for vulnerable children have now been published. Here, we share some of the main findings.
Police Sergeants Sam Davies and James Mallows from Devon and Cornwall Police tell us about Surfwell, a programme conceived in 2017 which uses surfing to improve police officers’ wellbeing and mental health.
In autumn 2020 we launched Going equipped – a new publication written and edited by people working in policing, for policing. Following positive feedback, we are now delighted to introduce our second issue.
College bursary recipient Detective Sergeant Rob Ewin, Cumbria Police, tells us about his experience of academic study which led him to complete a PhD in 2021, opening up opportunities to apply his research to policing.