Students of 2022
SCSN recently teamed up with the School of Government and Public Policy at the University of Strathclyde to produce these Policy Memos on neighbourhoods.
- Safe Neighbourhoods Initiative
- The effect of problem stream indicators on anti-social behaviour policy outcomes: A Case Study of Better Neighbourhood Services Fund programs in Scotland
Students of 2021
Community Safety Partnerships in Scotland: A relic of the past or a necessity for the future? A comparative case study analysis – Prabhkaran Singh, 2022
A recently published Masters dissertation by Prabhkaran Singh taking an in depth look at the extent to which community safety partnerships have or can continue to have a real local impact, involving and engaging with communities to make them healthier, happier and safer.
SCSN recently teamed up with the School of Government and Public Policy at the University of Strathclyde. The purpose of the collaboration was to create a community safety ‘Policy Lab’ whereby students on the Public Policy MSc were set an assignment that focuses on community safety activity and partnerships in Scotland. Four completed papers from 2020 are provided below which focus on: the Use of Evidence in Community Safety; and Anti-Social Behaviour Policy in Scotland.
Thank you to Fabrizio DeFrancesco at the University of Strathclyde for helping to make this happen!
Download the Policy Papers below:
Anti-Social Behaviour Papers
- An Evidence-Based Analysis of Scotland’s Better Neighbourhood Services Fund
- Anti-Social Behaviour Taxonomy
Evidence Based Policy Papers