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From Minutes to Months

24 October 2018

Leading counter-terrorism experts offer new communications guidance for authorities to better manage the impacts of terror attacks.


Could AI robots develop prejudice on their own?

7 September 2018

Computer science and psychology experts suggest discrimination is also a non-human phenomenon that could make autonomous machines susceptible

Crime and Security Reporting Magazine Issue 2 front cover

Second edition of Crime and Security reporting magazine published

10 July 2018

The second edition of the Crime and Security Reporting Magazine is available for download now, and contains details of all our most recent research, news and events.

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InfoWare Conference 2018, Venice

27 June 2018

Crime and Security Research Institute PhD student Chris Simpkin presents his research on 'Scalable Vector Symbolic Architecture Approach for Decentralized Workflows' at the COLLA2018 Conference, Venice.

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Hacking through the issues for 21st century policing

18 May 2018

Working with security practitioners to foster innovative conceptual and methodological approaches to shape policy and practice development.

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The South Wales Tri-Service Public Service and Joint Emergency Control Centre Tri-Service Centre Evaluation

14 May 2018

New funding has allowed for the development of an extension to SWP headquarters, creating a cost-effective, single, open-plan environment in which to locate the Tri-Service Centre.

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New Community Gateway study identifies Grangetown residents perceptions of safety

14 May 2018

A recent study by the UPSI in collaboration with Grangetown residents has identified litter as negatively impacting perceptions of safety in Grangetown.

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London Borough of Sutton: A longitudinal study of neighbourhood security

14 May 2018

This year marks 12 years since UPSI began working in partnership with the London Borough of Sutton to help understand the security perceptions of local people.

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DAIS ITA: Year 1 Highlights and Annual Bootcamp

9 May 2018

Working towards an innovative approach to model the evolution of human groups on a generative basis, to anticipate their possible mutation.

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Hay Festival: Terrorism as a teachable moment

8 May 2018

Professor Martin Innes will be joining Chelsea Clinton, Gordon Brown, Michael Woolf, Michael Gove and many other illustrious figures to speak at this year’s Hay Festival.