Demand management

​This page lists Police Knowledge Fund products related to to the management of public, protective and internal demand within 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 rise and fall of hotspots of homicide in the Port-of-Spain division: Changes over time in the characteristics of murder

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Cambridge

​THESIS:  An exploratory analysis of high harmspots in Sussex

Cambridge

THESIS:  ​A protocol and experimental trial: The Checkpoint Desistance Programme in Durham


Cambridge

THESIS:  ​A descriptive analysis of live time alerts from an Automated Number Plate Recognition system: Prioritising resource allocation using the Crime Harm Index


Cambridge

​THESIS:  Algorithmic forecasting of offender dangerousness for police custody officers: An assessment of accuracy for the Durham Constabulary Model


Cambridge

THESIS:  ​Targeting uniformed patrol in high crime harm localities within Northamptonshire


Cambridge

THESIS:  ​6000 cases of missing and absent persons: Patterns of Crime Harm and priorities for resource allocation


Northampton

RESEARCH REPORT:  ​Tri-service collaboration to reduce demand for emergency services: focussed prevention work in care homes

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Northampton

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  Tri-service collaboration to reduce demand for emergency services: focussed prevention work in care homes

Northampton

​RESEARCH REPORT: Derbyshire Constabulary: Demand Management Scoping Study

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Northampton

VLOG:  University of Derby research updates from Professor Kevin Brampton

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Open University

​RESEARCH BRIEFING:  Demand management: Scoping study results summary

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Open University

​RESEARCH REPORT: Understanding public value through policing priorities using Q-Methodology

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Open University

RESEARCH BRIEFING:  Understanding public value through policing priorities using the Q-methodology

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Open University

RESEARCH REPORT:  ​Leadership to create public value: A case study of an initiative to address rural crime


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