The Applied Criminology and Policing Centre has established strong working relationships with a host of external organisations including central government departments, criminal justice agencies, private companies, NGOs and academic institutions.
The Applied Criminology and Policing Centreworks with police services across the country to undertake research, provide expert advice and deliver training. Specific examples include Durham Constabulary, West Yorkshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner in West Yorkshire; and Greater Manchester Police Design for Security Consultancy (GMP DFSC) and the Association of Chief Police Officers Secured by Design (ACPO SBD).
A number of Government agencies have commissioned research from the Applied Criminology and Policing Centre, on a diverse range of projects and outputs. Agencies worked with include:
The Applied Criminology and Policing Centre fosters relationships within the wider academic community, working closely with Universities both nationally and internationally. Collaborations include joint research projects, journal articles and teaching resources. Universities worked with include: