Violent crime is a major public concern and tackling it is our top priority. This includes terrorism, knife and gun crime, sexual offending, domestic abuse and safeguarding vulnerable people from predatory behaviour.
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This question was published as part of the set of ARIs in this document:
A lattice of social, economic and psychological factors supports recruitment to both criminal and terrorist networks. A combination of broken families, social decay, bad housing, few amenities, poor education and limited...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: University of Surrey
The project explores the nexus of organized crime, including drug markets, in marginalized communities and aims to identify best practices in community policing.
Focusing on representations of Jamaican organised crime, this project aims to connect arts and humanities approaches with social science and policy-oriented perspectives on transnational criminal organisations. The accel...
Funded by: AHRC
Lead research organisation: University of Leicester
The project focuses on representations of Jamaican organized crime, which includes drug markets and gang violence, and connects arts and humanities approaches with social science perspectives.
The proposed research draws on my pioneering doctoral research to seek an alternative approach in tackling the drug problem around U.S.-Mexico border communities. The idea emerges at a time when Latin American countries...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: University of Edinburgh
The project investigates the drug problem around U.S.-Mexico border communities and seeks alternative approaches to address the issue, which may include links to gang violence.