The aim of this programme of activity is to discover public attitudes towards crime and anti-social behaviour. The study locates crime and harm within the context of post-pandemic urban recovery and the current cost of living crisis and uses the Tees Valley as a local case study. Findings will resonate beyond geographic boundaries. The Cleveland force area currently faces the highest crime rate in the UK yet there are often discrepancies between statistical data and local understandings. This project initially focuses on a single ward, Newport, as a pilot or proof-of-concept, before rolling out to other parts of the Tees Valley in further research.
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