UCL Crime, Policing and Citizenship

The UCL Crime, Policing and Citizenship project aims to investigate the relationship between detailed patterns of police activities and the space-time pattern of recorded incidents and public perceptions of crime. The project is being carried out in collaboration with the Metropolitan Police, with support from the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Read more here.

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    CPC Project Closing Workshop

    In May 2012, University College London began working with the Metropolitan Police Service on a major EPSRC-funded research project on Crime, Policing and Citizenship (CPC). The motivation was to develop new methods and … Continue reading

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    AAG 2014

    Professor Paul Longley and Dr Alex Singleton have organized a special session called ‘Demography, Identity and Dynamics’ at the 2014 AAG Conference. The conference itself will be held in Tampa, Florida from 8-12 April 2014. Continue reading


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