Less confrontational crowd control is achieved by police wearing normal uniforms, moving in pairs and interacting with the crowd.
All impact case studies (security and conflict)
- Results: (8)
Research on biased jury decisions in rape trials informed Home Office legislation review and judicial assessments in New Zealand.
An environment law online resource is receiving more than 1,100 visitors per month, with most interest in issues around noise, waste and planning
Findings from Professor Thomas Scharf's research into older people and social exclusion has informed a charity campaign and encouraged co-operation between charity and community groups in Manchester and Liverpool.
A collaborative CASE studentship between the University of Plymouth and Plymouth Drug and Alcohol Action Team has influenced new policy and practice.
The ESRC's Children five-16 Research Programme has informed debates about child care legislation and amendments to the Children Act 1989.
The UK Children Go Online project has had a substantial impact on the design of safeguards to protect children from harmful material on the internet.
Research on security risks in post-conflict countries has led to significant input to the Prime Minister's Africa Commission, the World Bank and the UN Secretary-General's High Level Panel on Security.