Sefydliad Ymchwil Trosedd a Diogelwch

Sefydlwyd y Sefydliad Ymchwil Trosedd a Diogelwch i gynnal ymchwil sy’n cynhyrchu tystiolaeth a dealltwriaeth newydd i helpu i leihau troseddu a chynyddu diogelwch.

Gan ddefnyddio ein harbenigedd rhyngddisgyblaethol, byddwn yn darparu datrysiadau’n seiliedig ar ymchwil i’r heriau lleol a byd-eang sy’n gysylltiedig â rheoli trosedd a diogelwch yn effeithiol.

Newyddion diweddaraf

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Second phase of DAIS ITA doctoral training alliance begins

12 Chwefror 2018

The Distributed Analytics and Information Science International Technology Alliance (DAIS ITA) has announced its second phase, with at least eight new Computer Science & Informatics postgraduate research students joining the project at the Crime and Security Research Institute.

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Crime and Security Research Institute Welcomes new Co-director

7 Chwefror 2018

The Crime and Security Research Institute has announced the appointment of Professor Simon C Moore, Director of the Violence Research Group, as its new Co-director.

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New study analyses the relationship between alcohol use and long-term cognitive decline in middle and late life

31 Ionawr 2018

A new study conducted by a team including Crime and Security Research Institute Co-director Professor Simon Moore has found that consuming more than one UK standard unit of alcohol per day is detrimental to cognitive performance, and is more pronounced in older populations.



Dewch i gwrdd â’r bobl sy’n ymwneud â’r Sefydliad Ymchwil Trosedd a Diogelwch.



Working closely with established public, industry, and research collaborators enables us to ensure the work we carry out remains current and is of strategic importance to policy and practice.



Mae ein hymchwil yn ceisio deall achosion a chanlyniadau problemau troseddu a diogelwch ac yn profi datrysiadau iddynt.



OSCAR final report

6 September 2017

Open Source Communications Analytics Research [OSCAR] Development Centre.