Collection

International Crime and Policing Conference 2015: papers

A collection of papers relevant to the International Crime and Policing Conference.

This collection brings together Home Office discussion papers, research and analysis relevant to the International Crime and Policing Conference.

Papers

  1. Opportunity/security as a driver of crime

    • Policy paper
  2. An evaluation of government and law enforcement interventions aimed at reducing metal theft

    • Research and analysis
  3. Modern Slavery: an application of multiple systems estimation

    • Research and analysis
  4. Reducing mobile phone theft and improving security

    • Research and analysis
  5. The heroin epidemic of the 1980s and 1990s and its effect on crime trends - then and now

    • Research and analysis
  6. Understanding organised crime: estimating the scale and the social and economic costs

    • Research and analysis
  7. The start of a criminal career: does debut offence predict future offending?

    • Research and analysis
  8. Evaluation of the pilot of Domestic Violence Protection Orders

    • Research and analysis
  9. Cyber crime: a review of the evidence

    • Research and analysis
  10. Understanding criminal careers in organised crime

    • Research and analysis
Published 28 January 2015