The Cambridgeshire Research Group (Cambridgeshire County Council) provides a variety of bespoke analysis on the topic of Community Safety. We’ve over twenty years’ experience of providing research & analysis to support evidence based decision making. Including supporting all aspects of the SARA model (Scanning, Analysis, Response, and Assessment) and have completed work commissioned by Police Forces, Police & Crime Commissioners as well as Community Safety Partnerships, as well as the County Council itself. Topics covered include:
- Problem Profiling and in-Depth Research
- Project Evaluation / Results analysis
- Costs of Crime analysis
- Surveys & Consultation
- Dataset preparation and mapping of crime
If you are interested in commissioning work from us then please contact Leigh.Roberts@Cambridgeshire.Gov.uk
Examples of some of our most recent analyses are below
The following pages outline a selection of the evaluations and research reports for previous projects in order to provide broader access to important results and examples of the service we can provide.
An overview, analysis and profile of victims and offenders in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough commissioned by the Office of the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner. The latest update analyses the 2016 victim cohort knkown to Cambridgeshire Constabulary.
A review of the evidence in relation to street lighting and crime in the context of a proposed part-night lighting (PNL) scheme being introduced to Cambridgeshire.
An infographic showing results from a report on Police recorded hate crime in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough 2016.
The Cambridgeshire Integrated Offender Management Scheme Performance Report: September 2012 cohort.The report examines convictions for a cohort of offenders on the Integrated Offender Management (IOM) scheme in a specified monitoring period, and compares them with a baseline period.