SIPR are delighted to present the thirteenth annual report covering the period 1st September 2019 to 31st August 2020.
The past twelve months have been challenging however, we are proud of the many activities SIPR accomplished throughout this time and we are excited to present them within this report.
We invite you all to read through the report at your leisure and we hope you enjoy learning not only about our institution but also about some of the great work going on across the SIPR community.
focusing on the relationships between police and different social, cultural and economic communities
focusing on the role of the police in the recovery, interpretation and effective use of intelligence and evidence in the investigation of crime
focusing on the internal dynamics of police organisations, including issues of management, policy and leadership
focusing on research on policing and public protection and links with other bodies to influence policy and practice