Policing and mental ill-health. Using big data to assess the scale and severity of, and the frontline resources committed to, mental ill-health related calls-for-service

Paper estimating the scale of police demand originating from incidents involving people with mental ill-health.

Small area variation in crime effects of COVID-19 policies in England and Wales

Paper examining local varition in the COVID-19 lockdown crime drop.

The universality of street segments: length and sinuosity

In recent years, a consensus has begun to emerge over the suitability of street segments for visualising and analysing the geographic patterning of crime. A number of studies have argued / demonstrated that these so-called ‘micro’ places are not only theoretically meaningful behavioural spaces, but that most action occurs among street segments.