Crime and religion in Lancashire

Iganski, Paul and Lagou, Spiridoula (2014) Crime and religion in Lancashire. Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire/Lancashire County Council, Preston.

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Abstract

This report presents the research findings from a project carried out between autumn 2012 and summer 2014 and commissioned by Lancashire County Council with the support of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire, Lancashire Constabulary and the Lancashire Council of Mosques. The project investigated the experience of religiously aggravated crime particularly affecting Muslim communities in Lancashire. In the context of the research findings the report offers a number of recommendations for tackling all types of hate crime concerning awareness raising, third-party reporting, hate crime bystander training, victim management, and interventions with offenders.

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09 Sep 2015 06:36
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30 Oct 2020 07:41