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Research into Anti-Social Behaviour
Date: 29 October 2008 Time: 4.30-6.00 pm
Dr Andrew Millie, Loughborough University, will be speaking about his research into anti-social behaviour.
Dr Millie has researched into the policy/crime field, having worked on a number of funded research projects, ranging from a large-scale evaluation of the Home Office Reducing Burglary Initiative, to smaller empirical investigations. Other work has included an assessment of reassurance policing, a study of sentencing and the prison population, and an examination of probation enforcement.
Dr Millie gained his PhD from Swansea in 1997and since then has worked at South Bank University, Wolverhampton University and King's College London. He joined Loughborough University in 2005 as a Lecturer in Criminology and Social Policy. During 2007 he was also a Visiting Fellow at the Australian Graduate School of Policing, Charles Sturt University, New South Wales. He's particularly interested in anti-social behaviour and is co-author of "Anti-social behaviour strategies: Finding a balance" published by Policy Press in 2005 based on research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. He is also editing a volume for Policy Press that will investigate the role of "respect" & is on the Editorial Board for the British Journal of Criminology
Who can attend: Anyone
Organising departments and research centres: Applied Social Science
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