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dc.contributor.authorGanpat, Soenita Minakoemarie
dc.contributor.authorTseloni, Andromachi
dc.date.accessioned2018-02-28T09:33:30Z
dc.date.available2018-02-28T09:33:30Z
dc.date.issued2014-05-17
dc.identifier.citationGanpat, S. M. and Tseloni, A. (2014) 'Violence trends project: Homicide and other criminology research.', Presented at British Society of Criminology Policing Network Research Showcase, Ryton, 17 May.en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10545/622204
dc.description.abstractThis presentation will showcase research relevant to policing undertaken by academics at Nottingham Trent University, Social Sciences. Based on rigorous statistical analyses of large national data, evidence of the work included herein can assist police public protection and reassurance operations and crime reduction via targeting: • Individuals or households in different circumstances experiencing or at high risk of: o acquaintance violence and / or stranger violence (Prof Andromachi Tseloni and Dr Soenita Ganpat); o night -time economy violence (Dr Laura Garius); o lethal violence / homicide (Dr Soenita Ganpat); o anti-social behaviour (Dr Rebecca Thompson, Professor Andromachi Tseloni and Bethany Ward); o domestic burglary via offering advice or practical assistance for security upgrades depending on their circumstances (Prof Andromachi Tseloni, Dr Rebecca Thompson, Dr James Hunter and Bethany Ward); • Young people and children in abusive families with effective measures to interrupt inter-generational transmission of violence (Dr Chris Crowther-Dowey); • Sites and circumstances of high risk of metal theft (Dr Matt Ashby); • Using CCTV in crime investigations, crime analysis methods and transport crime (Dr Matt Ashby); • Types of retail sector businesses and local areas profiles of high risk of shop theft, including measures to discourage offenders and interrupt their Modus Operandi (Dr James Hunter and Dr Laura Garius); and • Muslim women at high risk of experiencing hate crime (Dr Irene Zempi). In addition an analysis of the new, hybrid system of professionalisation and regulation of the police in England and Wales will also be presented (Prof Simon Holdaway). Resources on all the above studies and a directory of relevant on-going research will be made available
dc.description.sponsorshipESRCen
dc.language.isoenen
dc.relation.urlhttps://bscpolicingnetwork.com/en
dc.relation.urlhttps://twitter.com/project_vioen
dc.subjectViolenceen
dc.subjectHomicideen
dc.titleViolence trends project: Homicide and other criminology research.en
dc.typePresentationen
dc.contributor.departmentNottingham Trent Universityen
html.description.abstractThis presentation will showcase research relevant to policing undertaken by academics at Nottingham Trent University, Social Sciences. Based on rigorous statistical analyses of large national data, evidence of the work included herein can assist police public protection and reassurance operations and crime reduction via targeting: • Individuals or households in different circumstances experiencing or at high risk of: o acquaintance violence and / or stranger violence (Prof Andromachi Tseloni and Dr Soenita Ganpat); o night -time economy violence (Dr Laura Garius); o lethal violence / homicide (Dr Soenita Ganpat); o anti-social behaviour (Dr Rebecca Thompson, Professor Andromachi Tseloni and Bethany Ward); o domestic burglary via offering advice or practical assistance for security upgrades depending on their circumstances (Prof Andromachi Tseloni, Dr Rebecca Thompson, Dr James Hunter and Bethany Ward); • Young people and children in abusive families with effective measures to interrupt inter-generational transmission of violence (Dr Chris Crowther-Dowey); • Sites and circumstances of high risk of metal theft (Dr Matt Ashby); • Using CCTV in crime investigations, crime analysis methods and transport crime (Dr Matt Ashby); • Types of retail sector businesses and local areas profiles of high risk of shop theft, including measures to discourage offenders and interrupt their Modus Operandi (Dr James Hunter and Dr Laura Garius); and • Muslim women at high risk of experiencing hate crime (Dr Irene Zempi). In addition an analysis of the new, hybrid system of professionalisation and regulation of the police in England and Wales will also be presented (Prof Simon Holdaway). Resources on all the above studies and a directory of relevant on-going research will be made available


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