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Little research has been carried out on the links between drug misuse and domestic violence. This article attempts to address this gap by presenting key findings and recommendations from research carried out by Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International Ltd in the West Midlands exploring...
This article summarises the findings from an evaluation of 14 research projects concerning the evaluation of CCTV schemes. It reports the effects on types of crime and suggests that effective management with realistic objectives are keys to successful implementation.
This article reviews the research literature on factors that contribute to the growing problem of people trafficking. It separates the findings into ‘push’, ‘pull’, ‘demand’ and ‘supply’ issues and explores the social and economic circumstances that result in the exploitation of the victims of...
This article summarises survey research amongst young people concerning their attitudes to alcohol, drugs and nicotine. It explores the origins of those attitudes and makes recommendations as to the means by which information sources may be improved.
In her regular column examining key issues facing community safety practitioners, Sarah Morton from Matrix Research and Consultancy considers evaluation.Everyone agrees that evaluation allows services to systematically investigate the effectiveness of interventions, determining their value,...
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