In the most comprehensive study of Prevent policing yet conducted, UPSI has conducted a detailed and evidence-led assessments of key developments in the delivery model and the effects that this is having within and across communities in the UK.
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A new UPSI research report on the relationship between police visibility and public confidence commissioned by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary has been released.
To read the full report click here: Download this publication (.doc - 2.3mb)
UPSI Release Briefing Note Highlighting Key Research Projects, Publications and Policy/Agenda Setting
UPSI provides an integrated model that develops and uses research evidence to improve the delivery of policing. Our work is directly shaping policy and practice at the national, regional and neighbourhood levels.
The UPSI model is based upon an innovative collaborative approach to research and training. At the University of Glamorgan, police probationer training is undertaken by a team of academic staff working directly alongside experienced police trainers. In conducting research, the team at Cardiff University are frequently engaged in direct collaborations with police officers. This helps to ensure that our findings and recommendations fully reflect the complexities of the realities of modern police work, whilst also being rigorously informed by robust methodological frameworks.
Download the full Briefing Note here
Professor Martin Innes, who is the Director of the Universities' Police Science Institute (UPSI), has been commissioned by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) to work alongside Ipsos MORI to develop a new framework to help police forces respond more effectively to acts of ASB.
The review will seek to integrate the best research on victims and ideas and how the police can develop a framework to operationalise the knowledge they collect on ASB.
Download the full article from HMIC's website: www.hmic.gov.uk/SiteCollectionDocuments/PRC/PRC_ASB_20100311.pdf