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A collaborative study between the University of Exeter and Devon and Cornwall Police has fostered a long-term partnership to bring evidence and research into policing.
The Exeter Policing, Evidence and Research Translation study (ExPERT) was set up to take the lessons learned from evidence-based practice in medicine and apply them to policing.
Funded by the College of Policing as part of a national drive to boost the decision-making process in law enforcement, ExPERT is led by the Policing and Evidence Group – an interdisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Exeter, with expertise in criminology, law, public health, psychology and sociology...Read more
Local healthcare professionals, patients and the public have
submitted 55 questions to this year’s PenCLAHRC prioritisation
process. This aims to identify areas of research that reflect the
real issues faced by the health service across the South West - and
is one of the ways we ensure our work programme is aligned to the
needs and concerns of our partners.
Questions, which could be submitted independently via a web tool or by attending designated Making Sense of Evidence workshops, were submitted by a variety of organisations and individuals, and span a wide range of topic areas - from social...