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What Works Masterclass: Problem solving and implementing evidence-based responses

27 September 2016


Crime Analysis

11th-14th April 2016

7-10th November 2016

Understanding Hotspots

19th April 2016

4th October 2016

Predictive Mapping

10th May 2016

6th December 2016

Hypothesis Testing Analysis

17th May 2016

Strategic Assessments

7th July 2016

Advanced Hotspot Analysis

12th July 2016

15th November 2016

Geographic Profiling Analysis

5th-16th September 2016

Neighbourhood Analysis

Date TBC

Department of Security and Crime Science




The JDI works to bring together UCL departments and/or external stakeholders to put together major multidisciplinary research bids.

We will support your bid through:

  • finding partners
  • proposal writing
  • project management
  • result dissemination

Our recent successes include:

  • £7m EPSRC bid award to establish new national Security Science Doctoral Research Training Centre - UCL SECReT. The bid involved 20 UCL research groups and 35 external partners who agreed, in letters of support, to contribute £10m worth of cash and in-kind support.
  • 3m Euro FP7 bid award for Project RIBS - Resilient Infrastructure and Building Security. The bid involved 4 UCL research groups and 4 European partners.

Key areas of interest

  • We are interested in a wide spectrum of research in the crime and security field, covering bids to a range of funders and research councils. For example: the  Research Councils UK 'Global Uncertainties' programme - "providing security for all in a changing world".

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