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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.
25 April 2018
Despite spate of violent crime in London, serious violence figures show little change from 2016
24 April 2018
Crime and Security Research Institute commissioned to lead international research consortium for the Five Country Ministerial Countering Violent Extremism Working Group.
16 April 2018
Crime and Security Research Institute Director Professor Martin Innes has been featured on ITV news, commenting on the problem of 'county lines' crime.
13 April 2018
Information sharing model developed at Cardiff University will play key role in Government’s Serious Violence Strategy
28 March 2018
The first edition of the Crime and Security Research Institute newsletter is available for free download now, and includes details of the Institute’s latest research, news and events.
27 March 2018
Research Assistant Daniel Harborne has been spending time in Hokkaido University, Japan, collaborating with academics on research using AI and Twitter.
20 March 2018
Research Associate Dan Grinnell has visited Namibia, to help improve mapping capabilities of Road Traffic Accidents, as part of the Cardiff University Phoenix Project.
12 February 2018
DAIS ITA has announced its second phase, with at least eight new postgraduate research students joining the project at the Crime and Security Research Institute.
7 February 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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