Research

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Testing, Targeting, Tracking: Quantitative and Spatial Analytical Skills for Evidence Based PolicingPrincipal Investigator2016 to 2017  The British Academy
Urban Crime in Nigeria: Trends, Costs and Policy ConsiderationsPrincipal Investigator2016 to 2017ICF International and Department for International Development
A Scoping Review of the Scale, Dimensions and Implications of Austerity on Community Safety, Crime Prevention and Diversionary Services within Merseyside   Principal Investigator2015 to 2017Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside
Design of a City Infrastructure Quality IndexCo-Investigator2015 to 2016ICF International and Department for International Development
Restorative Justice Research and Preparatory WorkCo-Investigator2014Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner
The Viability of a Dispute Resolution Centre for WalesCo-Investigator2013 to 2014Welsh Government
Employer Investment Fund
Named Researcher2012 to 2014UK Commission for Employment and Skills
A Stand-alone Tool for Visual Analysis of Socio-Spatial Disparities in the South South Geo-political Zone of NigeriaPrincipal Investigator2012Global Development Strategies, London
The UK Fire and Rescue Sector Learning and Development Strategy
Principal Investigator
2010 to 2012
The UK Fire and Rescue Sector Occupational Committee.
Geodemographic Classification Systems for the Developing World
 
Website 1: NIGECS
Principal Investigator
2006 to 2010
The University of Sheffield, UK.
South Yorkshire Regional Small Area Information System
 
Website: LASOS
Named Researcher
2008 to 2009
The Regional Improvement and Efficiency Partnership (RIEP).
Area Segmentation Systems and Health
Co-Investigator
2007 to 2008
Yorkshire and Humber Public Health Observatory (YHPHO).
The urban Age Project
 
Website: Urban Age
Named Researcher
2006
Deutshe Bank & The London School of Economics and Political Science.
 
Africa's first interactive, open-source and peer reviewed small area segmentation system developed for all Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Nigeria. NIGECS has been used to illustrate how developing countries can gain insight into social and spatial disparities within their local communities and make more intelligent policy decisions. More information is available on this flyer
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