Emily has over ten years experience in social research in the field of criminal justice and community safety. She has experience of a large number of research projects ranging from nation wide evaluations for central government departments, to smaller scale reviews of numerous community safety projects around the country and a number of assignments in the Republic of Ireland.
Her PhD research was an evaluation of Integrated Offender Management, a multi-agency approach to managing prolific offenders. The research was commissioned by local criminal justice agencies to help improve local operation. It made use of both quantitative and qualitative methods working with both practitioners and offenders to assess its operation and effect
I have a broad experience of researching and evaluating aspects of criminal justice and community safety and associated issues such as substance misuse, homelessness and mental health.
I am the research fellow at the University of Nottingham for the research being undertaken as part of the Police Knowledge Fund, a funding pot administered by the College of Policing (Home Office)… read more
ANDROMACHI TSELONI, GRAHAM FARRELL, REBECCA THOMPSON, EMILY EVANS and NICK TILLEY, 2017. Domestic burglary drop and the security hypothesis Crime Science. 6(3),
RICK BROWN and EMILY EVANS, 2014. Determinants of complainant satisfaction with agency responses to anti-social behaviour Crime Prevention and Community Safety. 16(2), 105-127