Injury Surveillance

Using A&E Data for Crime Reduction

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

Posted on RAND.org on October 10, 2017

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

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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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