Crime Surveys User Conference 2017

Date: Friday 8 December 2016
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

Programme

9.30

Coffee and registration

Chair: Sarah King-Hele, UK Data Service
9.55

Welcome and introduction
Sarah King-Hele, UK Data Service

10.00

Crime Survey for England and Wales: update on latest data and findings
Chloe Farrier, Office for National Statistics

Crime Survey for England and Wales: future work and upcoming changes
Fiona Aitchison, Office for National Statistics

10.35

Identifying individuals most at risk of anti-social behaviour victimisation
Rebecca Thompson, Andromachi Tseloni, and Bethany Ward, Nottingham Trent University

11.05

Moving on from hot-spots to hot-dots
Dainis Ignatans, Timothy Roebuck, Eleftherios Nomikos, Lauren Batty,
Alexandra Diana Gorcea, and Chris Watson, University of Huddersfield

11.35

Tea/coffee

Chair: Pat MacLeod, Office for Statistics Regulation

11.55

Panel discussion: How will we measure crime in ten years’ time?
Pat MacLeod, Office for Statistics Regulation

Panel members:

Joe Traynor, Office for National Statistics
Andromachi Tseloni, Nottingham Trent University
Catherine Grant, Kantar

12.40

Lunch

Chair: Neil Grant, The Scottish Government

13.40

Update on the Commercial Victimisation Survey
Rosanna Currenti, Home Office

14.10

Estimating the True Scale of Shop Theft in Nottingham and other Core Cities in England
Laura Garius and James Hunter, Nottingham Trent University

14.40

The Changing Nature of Urban Crime
Roger Matthews, University of Kent

15.10

Tea/coffee

Chair: Joe Traynor, Office for National Statistics
15.30

Just another statistic: Improving policy and popular understandings of knife crime through improved data collection and analysis
Peter Traynor, Manchester Metropolitan University

16.00

Measuring the Market Size for Cannabis: A New Approach Using Forensic Economics
Matthias Parey, University of Essex, and Imran Rasul, UCL

16.30

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