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ESRC and College of Policing: Evaluation of the overall effectiveness of the What Works Centre

ICPR is part of an academic consortium that has won a £3.3million grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the College of Policing to mount a three-year programme of work to build more evidence around what really works in reducing crime. The consortium of eight institutions is led by University College London (UCL). The College of Policing will host the What Works Centre for Crime Reduction - one of six centres set up to improve policy decision-making across public services. The consortium will map the existing evidence base for crime reduction, label it for quality, cost and impact, and make it easily accessible for practitioners and decision makers. The role of ICPR is to evaluate the overall effectiveness of the What Works Centre.

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