Centre for Crime, Offending, Prevention and Engagement (COPE)
The Centre for Crime, Offending, Prevention and Engagement (COPE) contributes to (a) the understanding of victimisation risk and crime harm which has informed crime reduction strategies and initiatives at an international, national and local level; (b) the transformation agenda for change in the Criminal Justice System through the development of new knowledge that is co-constructed with those who offend, in order to change lives, influence policy, and innovate criminal justice practice; (c) enhancing the evidence base around community engagement in order to enable police forces and their partner organisations to more effectively involve local citizens in helping prevent crime and (d) promoting narratives of inclusion and prevention to improve the reintegration and wellbeing of people who have offended, and/or those vulnerable to offending.
The centre's work relates to School Themes, such as:
- crime reduction;
- mental health and wellbeing;
- safety and security of societies.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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