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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) commissioned NatCen to undertake a qualitative feasibility study to understand how a survey on child abuse could be run in future.
UNHCR has commissioned NatCen Social Research to evaluate Action Access. Action Access is the first alternative to detention (ATD) being piloted in the UK under the Home Office’s Community Engagement Pilot (CEP) series.
This research aimed to explore how child sexual abuse is understood in England and Wales, understand residential schools’ safeguarding practice against child sexual abuse, and collate views on good practice to prevent, identify, report and respond to child sexual abuse in residential schools.
The National Child Protection Inspection programme (NCPI) is run by HMICFRS and assesses the quality of child protection practices in police forces across England and Wales.
This qualitative process evaluation looked at a pilot of the Global Positioning System (GPS) location monitoring conducted across eight police force areas in England. The pilot involved satellite tracking tags being used to remotely monitor and record information on an offender’s or defendant’s whereabouts or behaviour.
The research looks at the experiences of victims of hate crime; their decision-making, motivations for and barriers to reporting these crimes; and their experiences with the police, criminal justice system and support services.
This report looks at enhancing diversity within police forces across recruitment, retention and progression, and the importance of diversity for a representative police force and community engagement.
This qualitative research explores the experiences of people who have witnessed a water-related fatality or survived a serious incident.
New research shows a fair system for women escaping violence is ‘within reach’.