Centre for Crime and Policing
The Centre for Crime and Policing responds to key 21st century challenges in policing through the work of colleagues from all faculties of the university, working individually and collectively. Members respond to emerging challenges such as online and digital harm, terrorism, environmental crime, and the impact of crime and harm on vulnerable communities. Much of this is cross-national and extends beyond the ‘traditional’ remit of police services and criminal justice sector to include public sector agencies, and private and third sector organisations.
The Centre provides world-leading research that enhances understanding and practice in relation to a range of key local, national and international issues. A key element of the centre's research is that it combines a wide range of disciplines including criminology, forensics, sociology, law, social work, geography, and beyond. Members co-produce much of their work with policing, local authority and central government agencies, and international partners.
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