Publications

9 June 2015
Key Points
  • On 13 May 2014, The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 was amended so that the term “a public place” was substituted to “any place in England or Wales (whether or not a public...
26 May 2015

In 2014 MOPAC secured funding to develop victim interventions for young people who have offended and who have prior experience of victimisation and trauma.  These interventions are being...

11 May 2015

During the Party Conference Season 2014, Centre for London organised and chaired the following three panel discussions on the theme ‘Generation Gap: Police and Young People in Britain’s Changing...

18 March 2015

The Police Knowledge Fund aims to develop the understanding and use of research in policing; widen understanding of evidence-based approaches to solve problems and, where there are gaps, develop...

16 March 2015

Deputy Mayor Stephen Greenhalgh attended and spoke at three Centre for London events at last Autumn's Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat...

26 February 2015

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) completed an operational review of the Local Policing Model introduced across London in 2013, which was published on 24 January 2015.  In parallel, MOPAC...

12 September 2014

Research Fair flyer for students interested in research into London Policing, Crime and Criminal Justice.

23 July 2014

The crime threat in the UK is changing. Criminals are becoming more sophisticated and more crime has moved off the streets and online.

17 July 2014

Baroness Newlove, the Victims' Commissioner, has completed a major review into the treatment of victims and witnesses of crime in London - the first review of its kind, which comes ahead of MOPAC...

3 July 2014

The last financial year culminated in March 2013 with the publication of the Mayor’s first Police and Crime Plan for London, which spelt out our strategy and priorities for the next four years....

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