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Repeat offenders’ lifestyles ‘may put them at higher risk of coronavirus’

24 March 2020

Cardiff University criminologist says offenders’ lifestyles make them likely to ignore guidance

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Pioneering alcohol advice helps UK Armed Forces

26 February 2020

Cardiff’s ‘Have a Word’ scheme is a public health first

Jonathan Shepherd

Cardiff expertise informs child abuse report

19 February 2020

University research supports first ONS compendium

Crime and Security Reporting 2019

10 January 2020

The third edition of the Crime and Security Research Institute’s (CSRI) annual reporting magazine is available for free download now.

The Wales Safeguarding Repository

19 November 2019

A multi-disciplinary project seeking to build a novel document repository for housing safeguarding reviews and reports has begun to produce results able to assist practitioners.

Cardiff University Students Tackle ‘Fake News’

22 October 2019

This summer, the CSRI hosted a number of students keen to explore the spread of ‘fake news’ across Europe.

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Parents’ drug, alcohol and tobacco use negatively impacts all areas of child well-being

12 August 2019

Professor Simon Moore and Emily Lowthian have written an article for The Conversation looking into the effects of substance abuse on child well-being across five factors through analysis of 56 related studies.

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A new Cardiff model for effective healthcare

23 July 2019

Consultant Clinical Prevention Champions

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Murder of Jo Cox used by “digital prophets” to widen divides before EU vote, research finds

17 June 2019

Predictions about the future implications of the murder on social media, were a key moment in polarising the Brexit campaign

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Scale of Russian interference in European democracy revealed

7 May 2019

New analysis of social media activities should serve as a warning ahead of the European Parliamentary elections, academics say