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The case of Sarah Everard: Talking about women’s safety and crime prevention (Webinar brief)

The case of Sarah Everard: Talking about women’s safety and crime prevention (Webinar brief)

Contributors: Eray Arda Akartuna, Martin Lo and Dr Sherry Nakhaeizadeh  Sarah Everard, a 33-year-old woman, was walking back to her...
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Hedgehogs v. Quokkas: How doctoral researchers can engage with industry

Hedgehogs v. Quokkas: How doctoral researchers can engage with industry

  For doctoral students and practitioners, collaboration can often lead to significant mutual benefit. In this insight, Vaseem Khan, Business...
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Explaining and preventing London’s acid attack problem

Explaining and preventing London’s acid attack problem

  Arising from gang-related violence, violence against women and hate crimes, acid attacks have subjected their victims to long-lasting and...
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Understanding crime through networks

Understanding crime through networks

  In this insight, networks scientist Alberto Nieto explores the potentially game changing power of social network analysis to understand...
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The battle of procrastination

The battle of procrastination

  Have you been dreading a task on your to do list for so long that it makes you panic...
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Can what we know about human fallacies help us prevent crime?

Can what we know about human fallacies help us prevent crime?

  Slightly east to the main heart of a medium-sized agricultural town is a coffeeshop that has been attracting tourists...
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The PKK in London: It’s time to get serious about terrorist financing

The PKK in London: It’s time to get serious about terrorist financing

  On 14 February 2021, the Kurdistan Worker's Party (or 'PKK', a proscribed terrorist group) killed 13 kidnapped Turkish security...
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