Innovations in policing domestic abuse

The Police Foundation’s Annual Conference

Tuesday 14th October 2014

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Improving policing and reducing crime

The Police Foundation is the only independent think tank focused entirely on developing knowledge and understanding of policing and crime reduction and challenging the police service and the government to improve policing for the benefit of the public. The Police Foundation acts as a bridge between the public, the police and the government, while being owned by none of them.

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News: Keith Bristow delivers the Foundation's annual lecture...

Category: News

Keith Bristow QPM, Director General of the National Crime Agency delivered the Police Foundation's 2014 John Harris Memorial Lecture on 'Policing by consent in the digital age' which presented the case for the public to support proportionate access to communications data.


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News: New staff...

Category: News

We are delighted to welcome Gavin Hales, our new Deputy Director. We also welcome Sarah Garner and Michael Skidmore who will be working on our latest project, Reducing the Impact of Serious Organised Crime on Local Communities.  

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Director's Blog: Is rural crime under-policed?

Category: Blog

The NFU Mutual Insurance Society claims that rural crime costs have risen to £44.5 million. While rural crime is serious for those concerned, John Graham argues that decisions on allocating declining police resources should based on a rational assessment of threat, harm and risk rather than media headlines.  

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Innovations in policing domestic abuse: our fifth annual conference 

Our fifth annual conference will take place on 14 October 2014 at the BT Auditorium in the city of London and will provide an opportunity for the police and their partners to listen to some of the leading experts in the field. 

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Police effectiveness

We are running a major, four year project on police effectiveness in a changing world.


Police use of social media

Our latest Briefing looks at how the police currently use social media and some of the key issues.