Menu
 

You are on the Natcen site

Click here for Scotcen

natcen map

You are on the Natcen site

Click here for Scotcen

natcen map

Crime & justice

Filter Search

Filter search criteria

{ SearchIndexType: content, LuceneQuery: +(+allRecords:1 +(mainCategory:1693 mainCategory:1693 searchableSubCategories:1693 searchableSubCategories:1693) +searchablemasterSite:1155 -umbracoNaviHide:1) +__IndexType:content }
Sort by

1-10 of 57 matches (57 studies, 0 series)

Previous123456
  • Community policing July 2021 Diversion from serious violence: Evaluations of Operation Divan and Operation Met Divan

    We were commissioned by the College of Policing to evaluate Operation Divan (Op Divan) and Operation Met Divan (Op Met Divan), two early intervention programmes aiming to educate and support young people under the age of 18, suspected of carrying knives or other weapons.

  • Scales of justice July 2021 Public perceptions of sentencing of sexual offences in Scotland

    In 2019, the Scottish Sentencing Council commissioned ScotCen Social Research to undertake qualitative research to explore public perceptions of the sentencing of sexual offences in Scotland, including the perceptions of survivors of sexual offences.

  • Community policing July 2021 Diversion from serious violence: Evaluations of DIVERT and CIRV

    We were commissioned by the College of Policing to evaluate DIVERT and the Community Initiative to Reduce Violence (CIRV), two interventions aiming to divert young people and young adults away from serious violence.

  • iStock-953262972 May 2021 Evaluation of the Refugee and Migrant Advice Service

    The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has commissioned us to evaluate the Refugee and Migrant Advice Service (RMAS). RMAS is the second alternative to detention being piloted in the UK under the Home Office’s Community Engagement Pilot (CEP) series.

  • police car February 2021 ScotCen Scottish Victimisation Telephone Survey

    The aim of the SVTS 2020 was to collect data on the Scottish population’s experiences and perceptions of crime, safety, and policing, including any changes in crime or perceptions between the pre-COVID-19 lockdown period (23rd March 2020) and the period following this up to the end of September 2020.

  • On the road February 2021 Public perceptions of sentencing of death by driving offences in Scotland

    Exploring public perceptions of the sentencing of causing death by driving offences in Scotland, including the perceptions of families of victims.

  • Scales of justice February 2021 Public perceptions of sentencing

    A report series exploring public perceptions of sentencing practices for criminal offences in Scotland.

  • iStock-1084922892 January 2021 Assessing the feasibility of a survey on child abuse

    The Office for National Statistics (ONS) commissioned NatCen to undertake a qualitative feasibility study to understand how a survey on child abuse could be run in future.

  • Court of justice August 2020 Alternatives to detention

    UNHCR has commissioned NatCen Social Research to evaluate Action Access. Action Access is the first alternative to detention (ATD) being piloted in the UK under the Home Office’s Community Engagement Pilot (CEP) series.

  • Teenage girls April 2020 Safeguarding children from sexual abuse in residential schools

    This research aimed to explore how child sexual abuse is understood in England and Wales, understand residential schools’ safeguarding practice against child sexual abuse, and collate views on good practice to prevent, identify, report and respond to child sexual abuse in residential schools.

1-10 of 57 matches (57 studies, 0 series)

Previous123456