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Learning from the community impacts of the Lee Rigby murder Learning from the community impacts of the Lee Rigby murder

25/11/2014

Research seeks to identify ways to better manage consequences of terrorism

Tracing public opinion Tracing public opinion

05/12/2013

Social media study examines community impact of Fusilier Lee Rigby’s murder

Improving community policing Improving community policing

22/05/2013

Recognition for research which prompted major drug operation and has changed policing

Police lantern Replace police stations with ‘cops in shops’

29/04/2013

New report calls for police offices in high street shops to encourage the public to report crime

Policeman Antisocial behaviour

04/04/2013

UK’s most comprehensive analysis identifies how to better protect victims

Groundbreaking work highlighted Groundbreaking work highlighted

14/09/2012

Recognition for Universities’ Police Science Institute’s partnership with South Wales Police

Anticipating public disorder Anticipating public disorder

22/12/2011

Current police practices vulnerable

police Corrupt and confused?

25/08/2011

UPSI director analyses police response to hacking and riots

Professor Martin Innes Phone hacking and the police

19/07/2011

UPSI director warns of future turbulence in policing

Policing The future of policing

17/06/2011

Home Affairs Select Committee takes Cardiff experts’ evidence

Police in uniform New research indicates Muslim communities welcome engagement

11/04/2011

Universities Police Science Institute report

judge's gavel All-Wales Centre to help shape policy

26/11/2010

Launch of new Centre for Crime and Social Justice linking universities across Wales

Professor Martin Innes Policing anti-social behaviour

23/09/2010

Major University study challenges policing of anti-social behaviour

Thousands of police jobs at risk Thousands of police jobs at risk

16/07/2010

Honorary Senior Research Fellow analyses Government spending

Police cuts warning Police cuts warning

13/07/2010

Cuts could damage ‘the economic and social well-being of Welsh communities’

Responding to anti-social behaviour Responding to anti-social behaviour

11/03/2010

Professor Martin Innes to help improve Police response to acts of anti-social behaviour

Scene of Crime Officer at work Crime and policing go under the spotlight

27/06/2009

International players in field of criminology speak at Cardiff conference

Leading criminologist to head new institute

27/03/2007

An international expert in the field of criminology has been appointed to lead the first institute in England and Wales dedicated to addressing issues facing modern police forces.