The Crime and Security Research Institute were honoured to welcome Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner of Specialist Operations, Mr Neil Basu to Cardiff to deliver the Institute’s inaugural Distinguished Lecture.
Academics at the Crime and Security Research Institute have conducted the first independent academic evaluation of Automated Facial Recognition (AFR) technology across a variety of major policing operations.
Dr Helen Innes and Diyana Dobreva will be presenting their paper ‘Heroes & Villains: Social Media Misinformation Following the 2017 Terror Attacks’ at the 6th Military Psychology Conference on 8th November at The Ark Conference Centre in Basingstoke.
Following an issue identified by South Wales Police that the lack of a ‘joined up’ approach to emergency service provision was resulting in inefficiency and a poor response service to the public a Home Office Innovation Fund grant was awarded.
Researchers from the Universities' Police Science Institute [UPSI] and the Crime and Security Research Institute (CSRI) have been commissioned to lead an international research consortium, on behalf of the Five Country Ministerial Countering Violent Extremism Working Group