All tagged Anti-social Behaviour
As the festive season gets underway, and the number of revellers in our town and city centres rises sharply, researchers at Cardiff and Sheffield Universities are assessing whether bespoke treatment services are an effective way of treating acutely intoxicated people and lessening the burden on overstretched emergency care services.
Traditional economic models have suggested that, when an individual consumes more alcohol, they find consuming violence more pleasurable.
A Thematic Review was conducted by the Universities’ Police Science Institute of South Wales Police’s approach to managing Anti-social Behaviour.
The purpose of the research is to provide a more evaluative component of the quality and delivery of victim services in South Wales consistent with the approach set out in the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime. It will determine the extent to which victim needs are being met under current arrangements, both in aggregate and by individual crime type by collating data on the following for each of the six areas identified in the specification..
The Universities’ Police Science Institute (UPSI) were commissioned by the South Wales Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to independently evaluate a pilot of a risk assessment for use by registered social landlords in South Wales.