What Works Centre for Crime Reduction
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The government has selected the College of Policing to host the What Works Centre for Crime Reduction - part of a world-leading network of centres providing robust, comprehensive evidence to guide public spending decisions.
The What Works Centre for Crime Reduction is working to:
- review research on practices and interventions to reduce crime
- label the evidence base in terms of quality, cost and impact
- provide Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) and other crime reduction stakeholders with the knowledge, tools and guidance to help them target their resources more effectively.
It is being led by a core team from the College of Policing, and supported by a "commissioned partnership programme" including Cardiff University and the Universities’ Police Science Institute, and has been jointly funded by the College and the Economic and Social Research Council.
- College of Policing
- Economic and Social Research Council
- University College London
- London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
- Birkbeck College
- Dundee University
- Surrey University
- Cardiff University.
To find out more, visit the What Works Crime Reduction website.