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‘How Hampshire Police Reduced Domestic Abuse: The Cara Experiment’

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  • UserProfessor Lawrence W. Sherman & Dr Heather Strang Director, Jerry Lee Centre for Experimental Criminology, & Director, Police Executive Programme, University of Cambridge
  • ClockThursday 24 January 2019, 17:30-19:00
  • HouseB3 Institute of Criminology Sidgwick Site.

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In the first randomized trial in 40 years showing police decisions causing a reduction in repeat domestic abuse, the Institute of Criminology recently published an evaluation of the Hampshire CARA project for first offenders. The speakers explain what they found in the context of previous research, discussing the qualitative observations of offender workshops that help explain the quantitative results. They also review the policy developments in the first year since the experiment was published.

This seminar is open to all interested in attending, with no ticket required. Institute of Criminology, Sidgwick Ave, Cambridge, CB3 9DA

This talk is part of the Public Thursday Seminars, Institute of Criminology series.

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