Dr Lauren Smith and Prof Todd Hogue (along with Anthony Ellis in the School of Social and Political Sciences) have been awarded £800 from the Policy Hub Fund to recruit a student to analyse data on behalf of Lincolnshire Police on their Police Education Scheme. The findings will be used to inform a larger scale bid.
Prof Todd Hogue, Dr Lauren Smith, and Dr Tochs Onwuegbusi have completed a report for the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire:
Hogue, T.E., Smith, L., Mason, R., & Onwuegbusi, T. (Oct, 2023). An Evaluation of the Safer Together Team, Unpublished Report, University of Lincoln.
Lauren Smith and Rachael Mason from the FCRG, along with Amanda Robert, Jim Rogers, and Thomas George have been awarded £15,000 to conduct an evaluation of Substance Misuse and Housing Grants on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council.
Prof Todd Hogue (colleague Daniel Mills from School of Life Sciences) received an Innovation Voucher award of £8,245.44 to work with the RSPCA to develop a bite risk triage tool for use by RSPCA Welfare Officers.
Todd also received a Research Impact Support Fund award of £3,376.40, for HDA-25 Application to Dog Bite Fatalities to work with PhD Candidate Helen Howell and Prof Daniel Mills to better understand the causes of UK dog bite fatalities
Rachael Dagnall has been successful in receiving funding to undertake a research project evaluating the effectiveness of the Changing Futures project (Sheffield). Changing Futures aims to support people who have been identified as experiencing multiple disadvantages. The programme seeks to engage and work with the most excluded adults and is specifically designed for individuals who have previously experienced challenges engaging with existing support services.