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1 De Montfort University Research Supporting Your Organisation in Practical Ways ‘What Works’

2 History of Evidence Based Teaching & Research History of Evidence Based Teaching & Research Associated with the Law The Maintenance of Order & Justice Associated with the Law The Maintenance of Order & Justice The Development & Training of Front Line Staff, Managers & Scientists in The Police Service The Development & Training of Front Line Staff, Managers & Scientists in The Police Service Training in the Law & Offender Management Training in the Law & Offender Management Social Work, Youth Work, Nursing, Psychology, Computer Technology

3 Research Embedded in Police Programmes Year 1 Research, Diversity, Equality Year 2 Researching Contemporary Policing Year 3 Dissertation (Service Projects and COP Projects) Research Embedded in Police Programmes Year 1 Research, Diversity, Equality Year 2 Researching Contemporary Policing Year 3 Dissertation (Service Projects and COP Projects) Progression into Post Graduate Research PhD MPhil Professional Doctorate Progression into Post Graduate Research PhD MPhil Professional Doctorate

4 Multi Agency Working The Mental Health Triage Car The Support Needs of Families of Missing People Hate Crime Perceptions of Special Measures The Police use of Social Media The Impact of Police/Community Meetings Age related Stop and Search Processes and Youth Support Examples of Police Officer Practice Based Research Examples of Police Manager Practice Based Research Honour Based Violence Witness Protection- Gypsy Traveller Groups Operation Comfort – multi agency cooperation Custody Procedures Evidence will be translated into practical insights that the police service and their partners can easily use

5 Guidance will be clear, helping decision makers access and apply the evidence locally to make choices about where to spend and save Standoff detection of technologies for radiological threats (NATO special studies group – NIAG SG112) The Management of Complex Systems in Policing Reforming the force: An examination of the impact of the operational sub-culture on reform and modernisation within the police service Evaluation of the crash course: Report to Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service. National police training : study of technology in the support of learning Making sense of invulnerability: A qualitative study of police drivers Security for Mobile Grid Systems Engaging with the Night Time Economy Community: Finding Ways to Enhance Violence Reduction Across Leicester City

6 Software enhancement of tool marks Policing Gypsies and Travellers Protect II, Capacity Building in Risk Assessment and Safety Management for Victims at a High risk of Harm from domestic violence Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements in England and Wales; review of risk assessment tools and MAPPA arrangements in Scotland; evaluation of the Sex Offender Public Disclosure Pilots in England Policing experiences and perceptions of new communities in Britain. An Exploration of Disproportionality in Stop and Search for Leicestershire Constabulary SATIN project sequential lifting and visualisation of scene mark and traces Identification of counterfeit drugs using SEM-EDX/LC- MS-MS/FTIR-ATR Soft skills for hard work: an exploration of the efficacy of the emotional literacy of practitioners working within the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) with high risk offenders Sharing knowledge about ‘What Work’s’ with the public will help build confidence in the police service and their crime reduction partners

7 Counterfeitmedicines Counterfeit medicines Policing Dyslexia Place, SocialSituation andBurglary inNottinghamshire Place, Social Situation and Burglary in Nottinghamshire Resolution through devolution: Policing, youth justice and imprisonment Working with young people in the UK: Considerations of race, religion & globalisation ID of Drugs in Blood Spots International policing reform and organisational development: Royal St Lucia Police Force Computational Intelligence & the use of Fuzzy Logic to retrieve incomplete datasets W(h)ither the PCSO?: Police perceptions of the Police Community Support Officer's role, powers and future directions Links will be strengthened between the police service, crime reduction partners and the academic sector What influences therelationship betweenpolicy and practicewithin the policeservice? What influences the relationship between policy and practice within the police service? How is policyinterpreted, adaptedand operationalizedby practitioners whendelivering service? How is policy interpreted, adapted and operationalized by practitioners when delivering service? What influences therelationship betweenpolicy and practicewithin the policeservice? What influences the relationship between policy and practice within the police service? How is policyinterpreted, adaptedand operationalizedby practitioners whendelivering service? How is policy interpreted, adapted and operationalized by practitioners when delivering service?

8 Does plural suit rural? Reflections on quasi-policing in the countryside Nursing care for detainee in police stations: A qualitative study Police Strategic Leadership and Management of Major Sporting Events Digital watermarking and novel security devices Improving Operational Threat and Risk Management, Leicestershire Police Evaluation of Restorative Approaches Project in Children’s Care Homes Service provision for detainees with problematic drug and alcohol use in police detention: A comparative study of selected countries in the European Union. Evidence will be provided on the most effective approaches that can help prevent crime

9 What does this mean for your organisation? Performance & Service Delivery Matters Audit and Evaluation Crime Prevention/ Reduction Assessment & Implementation Partnerships & Interoperability Risk Contingency Planning Strategic Planning & Coordination Personnel selection & development Equal Opportunities & Diversity Science & Technology - Impact & Adaptation Community Impact & Evaluation Quantitative & Qualitative Research & Evaluation Quantitative & Qualitative Research & Evaluation Applied Research Social, Management, Technological & Physical Sciences Applied Research Social, Management, Technological & Physical Sciences Flexible, Adaptive, Evidence/Practice Based Research which Provides Best Value & is ‘Fit For Purpose’ Flexible, Adaptive, Evidence/Practice Based Research which Provides Best Value & is ‘Fit For Purpose’

10 East Midlands Policing Consortium Ethics & Values Personal & Public Safety Information Management Community Engagement & Crime Prevention Forensics & Evidence Gathering Public Protection Intelligence & Counter Terrorism Crime & Investigation Planned Operations & Emergency Procedures Leadership & Strategic Command Evidence will be provided on the most effective approaches that can help prevent crime Evidence will be translated into practical insights that the police service and their partners can easily use Guidance will be clear, helping decision makers access and apply the evidence locally to make choices about where to spend and save Sharing knowledge about ‘What Work’s’ with the public will help build confidence in the police service and their crime reduction partners Links will be strengthened between the police service, crime reduction partners and the academic sector

11 Contact De Montfort University The Gateway Leicester LE19BH Head of Research CCJ: Jean Hine Head of Division CCJ: Lisa Hackett School of Applied Social Sciences T:+ 44(0) W: dmu.ac.uk


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