Independent Commission on Future of Policing Report published

This story published on Monday 25 November 2013
Lord John Stevens, former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, today publishes the final report of his Independent Commission on the Future of Policing entitled 'Policing for a Better Britain'. The Commission was set up in 2012, in which Professor Alex Hirschfield, Director of the Applied Criminology Centre was appointed to the advisory panel, to examine the roles and responsibilities of the police service in England and Wales in the 21st Century.


Australia beckons for Hudds wound care expert

This story published on Friday 22 November 2013
Florence Nightingale Foundation scholarship paves the way for research links Down Under for Dr Ousey


Top pharmacy executive becomes Hudds visiting professor

This story published on Thursday 21 November 2013
Lloyds Pharmacy’s Steve Howard appointed as visiting professor in Pharmacy


Second visiting professorship for Head of Strategy and Marketing

This story published on Wednesday 20 November 2013
Czech Republic Technical University of Liberec's professorial appointment for John


Speakers at University conference clash with their views on HS2

This story published on Monday 18 November 2013
But a Labour shadow minister signals her party’s support


Prof bids to form ‘social enterprise train company’ for the North

This story published on Friday 15 November 2013
Professor’s book outlines a vision for railways in the North


The University’s Sustainability Awards 2013

This story published on Thursday 14 November 2013
“...our sustainability agenda goes a long way beyond the environmental interpretation...”


Research project provides sustainable future for ‘Green Ethiopia’

This story published on Thursday 14 November 2013
Professor’s forty-year mission benefits as many as 15 million people in Ethiopia


Baroness Worthington receives Honorary Doctorate

This story published on Wednesday 13 November 2013
Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change Bryony Worthington welcomed to Awards Ceremonies


Call for more money to research alternatives to animal testing

This story published on Wednesday 13 November 2013
The Medicinal Labelling Bill calls for animal testing to labelled on products


Research shows rice is the answer for a wet mobile

This story published on Tuesday 12 November 2013
When you accidentally drop your mobile into water, what do you do? Huddersfield scientists now have the answer.


Hate crime more prevalent according to new research

This story published on Friday 8 November 2013
Over 75% of hate crime nationally is not reported to the authorities


Criminology researcher edits special edition of Safer Communities

This story published on Thursday 7 November 2013
Designing out crime is the theme as Crime researcher Leanne Monchuk joins forces with Sydney Institute of Criminology’s Garner Clancey


Hudds lecturer cited in Runnymede Trust’s The New Muslim

This story published on Wednesday 6 November 2013
“...any debate on integration and segregation of schooling must first factor in experiences of anti-Muslim racism...”


Safety in Transit Environment provokes multidisciplinary dialogue

This story published on Wednesday 6 November 2013
Dr Andrew Newton recently presented at an International Seminar on Safety in and around Public Transport Environments on 17 October 2013, provoking multidisciplinary dialogue on public transportation


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