Predictable Policing: Measuring the Crime Control Benefits of Hotspots Policing at Bus Stops

A fairly robust body of evidence suggests that hotspots policing is an effective crime prevention strategy.

Hotspots policing backfires when offenders know

A new paper co-authored by PERU's Henry Partidge and published in the Journal of Quantitative Criminology

PERU leads Child and Youth Wellbeing Policy Forum at European Commission

Members of PERU lead the FP7 Child and Youth Wellbeing (MYWEB) Policy Forum at the European Commission attended by representatives of a number of DGs

Hello . . . is it me you’re commissioning for?

Venue: Geoffrey Manton Building, Manchester Metropolitan University | Thu 16 June 2016

Department for Education appoints Stephen Morris as an Analytical Associate

Professor Stephen Morris has been appointed to the Department for Education's Analytical Associate pool.

Is a capitalist democracy possible?

Dr Kevin Albertson asks “Is a capitalist democracy possible?

The UK’s EU Referendum: Understanding the Key Facts & Debate

Dr Kevin Albertson spoke at The UK's EU Referendum: