Less confrontational crowd control is achieved by police wearing normal uniforms, moving in pairs and interacting with the crowd.
All impact case studies (crime)
- Results: (5)
Research on biased jury decisions in rape trials informed Home Office legislation review and judicial assessments in New Zealand.
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.
Researchers pointed out flaws in the statistical evidence underpinning the DNA retention policy, leading to a revision of the scientific work.