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The Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science Agenda – What we do – Who The Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science Agenda – What we do – Who we are – What research money we have attracted – Our publications and profile – Our international contacts – Our plans

Medical Science and Crime Science Medical Science and Crime Science

What we do • Research on the prevention and detection of: – Crime (from What we do • Research on the prevention and detection of: – Crime (from child abuse to organised crime) – Disorder – Anti-social behaviour – Terrorism • Teaching – Masters course and associated UCL post graduate courses plus various short courses

Training • Postgraduate courses – 30 students in 2004/05 – – MSc in Crime Training • Postgraduate courses – 30 students in 2004/05 – – MSc in Crime Science Diploma in Crime Prevention Certificate in Crime Detection (new for 2005) • Short courses – 5 -day training for crime analysts – Advanced 1 -day courses for analysts in GIS – One-day masterclasses for • Senior police officers, and • Policy makers

JDI Staff • 1 HEFC funded post • 8 staff funded through Jill Dando JDI Staff • 1 HEFC funded post • 8 staff funded through Jill Dando Fund • Remainder (13) on short term contracts Includes 5 staff located at a Crime Science laboratory in West Midlands Police Senior staff academic backgrounds • • • Mathematics (2 x BSc) Statistics (1 x BSc) Computer Science (2 x BSc) Artificial intelligence (1 x BSc) Psychology (2 x MSc, 2 x Ph. D) Geography and GIS (1 x BSc and MSc) • Urban Planning (1 x Ph. D) • Criminology (1 x Ph. D)

MSc student backgrounds • • • Biology Computer Science Geography Accounting Philosophy Law x MSc student backgrounds • • • Biology Computer Science Geography Accounting Philosophy Law x 4 Psychology x 3 War studies Criminology

Research Funding • Over £ 3 million pounds in external research funding since 2001 Research Funding • Over £ 3 million pounds in external research funding since 2001 - this excludes JD fund, short course income and UCL teaching fees • Mainly brought in by 6 senior staff (1 is HEFCE funded) • Nearly all expenditure on salaries - not equipment • Increasing number of research charities and research council funded grants • Large scale EU bids are currently submitted • Bids totalling over £ 2 million currently under consideration or in planning

research income by year research income by year

Source of funds Source of funds

Dissemination RAE census period 2001 – current date – 45 peer-reviewed publications (across 20 Dissemination RAE census period 2001 – current date – 45 peer-reviewed publications (across 20 different journals) – 16 book chapters – Crime science book series with • 2 edited books • 1 authored book – 1 special journal edition and one issue of British Journal of Criminology in progress – Over 100 invited conference presentations at international meetings covering Australia, Brazil, New Zealand, Sweden, Norway, Italy, Spain, Greece, USA, Canada, Ireland, Netherlands and Chile

Media coverage Printed – – – – – Economist New Scientist Nature online Royal Media coverage Printed – – – – – Economist New Scientist Nature online Royal Statistical Society Guardian Daily Mail Mirror Independent Express TV and Radio - BBC TV and radio news - ITN news - BBC regional TV and radio - Radio 5 live - BBC 24 news - Sky News - The Commission, Radio 4 - The Moral Maze - Channel 4 news

National Consultancies and Invited Lectures National Consultancies and Invited Lectures

International Scientific Collaboration EPSRC funded Crime Science Network £ 60 k over three years International Scientific Collaboration EPSRC funded Crime Science Network £ 60 k over three years for an International Crime Science Network British Academy funded International Collaborative Network Partners from [email protected], Netherlands and USA with experts in: – Geography – Statistics – Epidemiology – Computer Science – Mathematics and simulation modelling – Psychology

International Scientific Collaboration 10 th Annual Workshop on Economic Heterogeneous Interacting Agents – Mathematics International Scientific Collaboration 10 th Annual Workshop on Economic Heterogeneous Interacting Agents – Mathematics and complex systems New Emerging Trends in Applied Mathematics workshop (Firenze and Oxford), funded by the European Commission – Mathematics and physics

3 rd National Crime Mapping Conference Sponsors and supporters: Government and Industry - Home 3 rd National Crime Mapping Conference Sponsors and supporters: Government and Industry - Home Office, ACPO, PITO, Ordnance Survey - All the main GIS companies Speakers - Hazel Blears MP - From Senior Civil Servants to Crime Analysts - UK, USA, Australia, Netherlands, Sweden

Visitors to JDI (2001 - 2005) Academics from: Australia, US, Chile, Norway, Sweden Practitioners/policy Visitors to JDI (2001 - 2005) Academics from: Australia, US, Chile, Norway, Sweden Practitioners/policy makers from: Taiwan, New Zealand, Mexico, Australia, Sweden Policy briefings to Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrats

Our Plans • Moving to Brook House at end of April – and better Our Plans • Moving to Brook House at end of April – and better connecting with UCL • New business plan • Strategic relationship with the MPD to include major teaching contract for their 400 analysts • ‘Five star’ or equivalent in next RAE