Cover: Injury Surveillance

Injury Surveillance

Using A&E Data for Crime Reduction

Published in: College of Policing (Epublication, January 2015)

Posted on Oct 10, 2017

by Chris Giacomantonio, Alex Sutherland, Adrian Boyle, Jonathan Shepherd, Kristy Kruithof, Matthew Davies

RAND Europe was commissioned by the College of Policing to undertake research into current uses of A&E data by police in England and Wales and review the state of practice in key sites across England where A&E data sharing has been established. This is encompassed in two documents: a guidance document to serve as an introduction to the kinds of analyses and initiatives that can be supported by A&E data, and a technical report that outlines how the guidance document was developed, including a description of the methodology used.

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