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@book{c9919fe485b74ad492270da052bc3eee,
title = "An Evaluation of the ‘What Works Centre for Crime Reduction’. Year 1: Baseline. Report to the Economic and Social Research Council. London: ICPR.",
abstract = "This evaluation forms part of a three-year programme of work funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), in collaboration with the College of Policing, as part of the What Works Centre for Crime Reduction (WWCCR). This report covers the first year of the evaluation, which sought to establish a baseline from which to measure change over the three-year programme in the understanding, use and application of research evidence in crime reduction. The emphasis throughout is on understanding not simply what works, but how it works.",
author = "Gillian Hunter and Ali Wigzell and Tiggey May and Tim McSweeney",
year = "2015",
language = "English",

}

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TY - BOOK

T1 - An Evaluation of the ‘What Works Centre for Crime Reduction’. Year 1: Baseline. Report to the Economic and Social Research Council. London: ICPR.

AU - Hunter, Gillian

AU - Wigzell, Ali

AU - May, Tiggey

AU - McSweeney, Tim

PY - 2015

Y1 - 2015

N2 - This evaluation forms part of a three-year programme of work funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), in collaboration with the College of Policing, as part of the What Works Centre for Crime Reduction (WWCCR). This report covers the first year of the evaluation, which sought to establish a baseline from which to measure change over the three-year programme in the understanding, use and application of research evidence in crime reduction. The emphasis throughout is on understanding not simply what works, but how it works.

AB - This evaluation forms part of a three-year programme of work funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), in collaboration with the College of Policing, as part of the What Works Centre for Crime Reduction (WWCCR). This report covers the first year of the evaluation, which sought to establish a baseline from which to measure change over the three-year programme in the understanding, use and application of research evidence in crime reduction. The emphasis throughout is on understanding not simply what works, but how it works.

M3 - Commissioned report

BT - An Evaluation of the ‘What Works Centre for Crime Reduction’. Year 1: Baseline. Report to the Economic and Social Research Council. London: ICPR.

ER -