Research and analysis

Tackling organised crime at the local level: a process evaluation

Home Office research report 56 summarises the findings of a process evaluation of 12 pilot sites set up by the Home Office in 2010.

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Tackling organised crime through a partnership approach at the local level: a process evaluation summary (PDF file - 530kb)

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Home Office Research Report 56 summarises the findings of a process evaluation of 12 pilot sites set up by the Home Office in 2010 to explore how Community Safety Partnerships across England and Wales could be engaged in tackling organised crime at the local level. All areas felt that the pilots challenged traditional police-led ways of working on organised crime and participants identified a range of potential benefits to working in partnership.

Taken together with the wider literature and evidence on multi-agency working, the study indicates that partnership approaches have the potential to be effective in tackling organised crime at the local level.