Nottingham Civic Exchange helps NTU criminology research reach new audiences
Nottingham Civic Exchange helps to highlight that those living in social housing have a 40% higher risk of burglary than home owners
As part of our remit to support Nottingham Trent University academics and research teams, we have been working to showcase important research to new audiences. This month, an article we co-wrote with Professor Andromachi Tseloni and the Quantitative and Spatial Criminology Research Group featured in Resolve ASB's magazine. The article identifies the victimisation risk differences between housing tenure, and builds on a wealth of important research by the research group into crime data. We explore a selection of different issues and highlight recommendations for tackling them as social housing providers.
If you want to know more about this research, please contact Professor Andromachi Tseloni directly. Nottingham Civic Exchange can help advise academics to help translate research to new audiences. Do get in touch with the Nottingham Civic Exchange team to discuss your ideas. We are also able to broker relationships into Nottingham Trent's research groups if you have a question or need.
Our aim is to develop a better understanding of the factors that shape victimisation across different crime types and ASB in order to inform crime reduction and public reassurance initiatives
Resolve ASB are the UK’s leading housing based organisation specialising in delivering effective solutions to antisocial behaviour. Read the complete article Should you accept 40% more risk in social housing? here. A similar piece has also been published online by the British Society of Criminology.
About Nottingham Civic Exchange
Nottingham Civic Exchange has been established by Nottingham Trent University to maximise research, policy and practical impact by bringing together university expertise with partners seeking to address the needs of local communities. Nottingham Civic Exchange acts as a resource to look at social and economic issues in new ways. This means facilitating debate, acting as a bridge between research and policy debates, and developing practical projects at a local, city and regional level.
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