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Research strands

Across our research strands, the Crime and Society Research Centre works with local partners and stakeholders in a variety of ways, to ensure that our research has real-world application and the potential to elicit lasting change.

Criminal Justice Processes Research Strand

Criminal Justice Processes

Our work in criminal justice processes explores the progression of cases through the criminal justice system.
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Crime and Criminals Research Strand

Crime and Criminals

Examining the nature and attributes of different types of criminal offence, and on exploring the characteristics of those who offend and what drives them to do so. 
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Public experiences and engagement research strand

Public Experiences and Engagement

Exploring the public experience of crime and mechanisms of engagement with both crime-related activities and criminal justice processes. 
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