An evaluation of a pilot programme to tackle Serious and Organised Crime (SOC): Lessons for Evidence Based Policing Research

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Abstract

Serious and Organised Crime (SOC) is considered to pose the greatest current threat to the UK and estimated to cost the UK at least £37 billion a year and has been described as the current greatest security threat in the UK. There is increasing evidence of a link between inequalities and the risk of being drawn in to SOC. This paper presents findings from an evaluation in to a programme focusing on supporting vulnerable communities to build resilience against SOC.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventSouth West Society for Evidence Based Policing Conference
- Gloucester, United Kingdom
Duration: 10 Dec 201910 Dec 2019
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ConferenceSouth West Society for Evidence Based Policing Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
Period10/12/1910/12/19
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Keywords

  • evidence-based
  • Police
  • serious and organised crime
  • adverse childhood experiences

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    Ahmed, N. (2019). An evaluation of a pilot programme to tackle Serious and Organised Crime (SOC): Lessons for Evidence Based Policing Research. Paper presented at South West Society for Evidence Based Policing Conference
    , United Kingdom.