Articles by Daniel Moloney

Findings from the East Midlands Digital Evidence Survey

Click the link below to download a Powerpoint presentation containing findings from the East Midlands Digital Evidence Survey carried out by the EMPAC Organisational Transformation network. Digital Evidence Survey Presentation The Digital Evidence Survey looked at officers’ day-to-day use and understanding of digital media and the forces’ digital evidence processes.…

VIDEO: Organisational Transformation and Digital Evidence

The Institute for Public Safety, Crime, and Justice’s Dr Laura Knight answers questions on the IPSCJ’s research into the use of digital evidence across the East Midlands. This research was carried out under the EMPAC banner and involved all five forces across the region.

BLOG: What is the impact of experiencing ASB on quality of life?

By Dr Becky Thompson, Bethany Ward and Professor Andromachi Tseloni – EMPAC Local and Community Policing network Dr Becky Thompson on the ASB Risk and Management project Around 1.8 million incidents of anti-social behaviour (ASB) were reported to the police in the year ending December 2016 (Office for National Statistics…

VIDEO: Anti-Social Behaviour Risk and Management

Nottingham Trent University’s Dr Becky Thompson answers questions on their anti-social behaviour risk and management project. This research was conducted under the EMPAC banner and forms part of the EMPAC Local and Community Policing‘s contribution to the collaboration.

Edinburgh Summit brings SIPR and EMPAC together

‘Driving innovation in policing’ is the tag-line of EMPAC. And two of the police forces in EMPAC are leading the way in the adoption and implementation of the ‘Crime Harm Index’ (CHI), developed at the University of Cambridge. Earlier this week EMPAC took police analysts from the East Midlands to…

BLOG: Digital Evidence in the East Midlands

By Laura Knight Director of the IPSCJ Network lead for Organisational Transformation In light of last week’s warning from HMIC that police forces in England and Wales risk being “overwhelmed” by the volume of digital evidence they have to deal with, the research provided by the IPSCJ under the East Midlands…

Using research in operational policing with Mark Brennan

Speaking as an experienced operational practitioner, Leicestershire’s Mark Brennan explains why using a systematic research approach can help us in everyday policing.   Mark and his team were the first ever winners of an EMPAC award for outstanding work in bringing research into policing – which was presented by Chief Constable…