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Centre for Crime and Policing

The Centre for Crime and Policing is an interdisciplinary, cross-university research centre with a strong international profile working across the Departments of Social Science, and Law and Forensic Science. The Centre works collaboratively to produce world-leading research on crime and policing to improve understanding and practice in relation to some of the key global challenges of the 21st Century.  

The Centre holds a regular Seminar and Conference Series which showcase emerging research from staff across the University and are designed to promote debate and discussion.  

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