Crime reduction

This page lists Police Knowledge Fund products related to crime reduction; including restorative justice, night-time economy, maintaining public safety and operational policing.


Products are listed alphabetically by lead university.  Details of each collaboration can be found on the PKF contacts page.
 

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Cambridge

THESIS:  ​The effects of targeted reductions of patrol dosage on crime victimisation and costs in night time economy hotspots: A phase 1 trial

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Cambridge

THESIS: Targeting collisions resulting in Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI) victims

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Cambridge

​THESIS: Patterns and concentration of risk in reported police pursuit incidents in New Zealand

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Cambridge

THESIS:  ​Saturdays trains: Crime, harm and football on the British National Rail Network

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Cambridge

THESIS:  ​Targeting victim harm in Dorset

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Cambridge

THESIS:  ​An exploratory study of the application of the Cambridge Harm Index (CHI) to crime data in South Yorkshire

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Liverpool John Moores

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  ​The effects of targeted reductions of patrol dosage on crime victimisation and costs in night time economy hotspots: A Phase 1 trial - Operation Reddleman

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Northampton

RESEARCH REPORT:  ​Rural crime research and its implications for operational policing in rural Derbyshire

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Northampton

VLOG:  ​Policing rural crime

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Nottingham

RESEARCH REPORT: Evidence review: What works in public awareness campaigns?

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Nottingham

​RESEARCH REPORT:  Analysis for killed and Seriously injured (KSI) Accidents in Norfolk and Suffolk

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Sheffield

RESEARCH REPORT: Developing restorative policing: Using the evidence base to inform the delivery of restorative justice and improve engagement with victims.   Developing restorative policing in Humberside, South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire

Sheffield

RESEARCH REPORT: Developing restorative policing: Using the evidence base to inform the delivery of restorative justice and improve engagement with victims.  Learning lessons from Belgium and Northern Ireland


Sheffield

BLOG:  ​Enhancing police-led restorative justice

Sheffield

RESEARCH REPORT:  Developing restorative policing: Using the evidence base to inform the delivery of restorative justice and improve engagement with victims.  ​Restorative justice at the level of the police in England: Implementing change


Sheffield

JOURNAL ARTICLE:  Seeing the victims

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Sheffield

PROJECT REPORT:  ​Enhancing the use of restorative justice within policing

Sheffield

JOURNAL ARTICLE:  ​Enhancing police-led restorative justice: insights on chipping away at the stubbornness of change


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