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2017 LARIA Research Impact Award winners from the North West

Entries from the North West won two categories in the 2017 LARIA Research Impact Awards.

Congratulations go to:

Lancashire County Council for winning ‘Best use of community safety or policing research’ with ‘Understanding of complex anti-social behaviour cases including cases…

LARIA Research Impact Awards Winners 2017

The LARIA Research Impact Awards recognise the impact of research as a local level and showcase the very best work of our members. The winners were announced on the first day of the LARIA Conference at our awards dinner on …

Award Winner 2015: Best Use of Social Care or Health Research

From Conception to Delivery and Beyond: Lessons Learned through Evaluation of the Auntie Pam’s Pregnancy Advisory Service

Kirklees Council

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Social Care or Health Research

Summary:

What is Auntie Pam’s?

Auntie Pam’s is …

Award Winner 2015: Best Use of Community Safety or Policing Research

soLUTioNs Community Safety Partnership Gang Profile

Luton Borough Council and Bedfordshire Police

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Community Safety or Policing Research

Summary:

During 2012/2013, Luton suffered a number of serious youth violent crime incidents, some of …

Award Winner 2015: Best Use of Local Area Research

Using Randomised Controlled Trials to Improve Public Service Outcomes

London Borough of Lambeth

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Local Area Research

Lambeth has developed a radical new approach to evidenced-based decision-making, using Randomised Controlled Trials – the …

Award Winner 2015: Most Engaging Presentation of Local Area Research

Imaging Homelessness in a City of Care (Newcastle upon Tyne)

Northumbria University Department of Social Sciences and Languages, supported by Newcastle City Council

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Most Engaging Presentation of Local Area Research

Despite growing demand for evidence-based …

Commended Award Entry 2015: Best Use of Community Safety of Policing Research

The Use of Continuous Strategic Assessments in Planning Partnership Interventions

Cambridgeshire Research Group, Cambridgeshire County Council

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Community Safety or Policing Research (Commended Entry)

Summary:

The Cambridgeshire Research Group has developed a new …

Commended Award Entry 2015: Best Use of Social Care or Health Research

Lancashire Drugs Threat Assessment

Lancashire County Council and Lancashire Constabulary

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Social Care or Health Research (Commended Entry)

Summary:

The aim of the product was to provide a geographical analysis of drug activity …

Commended Award Entry 2015: Best Use of Local Area Research

Welfare Reform Research

Manchester City Council

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Local Area Research (Commended Entry)

Summary:

In June 2012 the Centre for Local Economic Strategies published a report on the impact of welfare reform in Manchester. …

LARIA Research Impact Awards winners 2015

The LARIA Research Impact Awards recognise the impact of research as a local level and showcase the very best work of our members. The winners were announced at the first day of the LARIA Conference at our awards dinner on …

LARIA Y&H – Feb 2015 event summary

Following on from last year’s launch in Huddersfield, we saw another great turnout for our second Y&H networking event in Leeds on 2nd February 2015. The morning began with Stuart Cameron-Strickland (Leeds City Council) and Will Ridge (Leeds Intelligence Hub) …

ESRC Impact Prize Winners 2014 announced

The ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize is an exciting opportunity to celebrate the outstanding economic and social impacts achieved by ESRC-funded researchers. This year’s winners were announced during a ceremony at The Royal Society, London, on 5 June 2014.

All winners …

Award Winner: Lambeth – Best community engagement/ consultation

Category C: Best community engagement/consultation – Sponsored by the LGA (Local Government Association)

Winner – Lambeth Council – Neighbourhood Enhancement Programme

Summary

Lambeth Council has successfully delivered a community-led street improvement programme across six wards over a 12 month period, …

Award Winner: Manchester – Best use of public data

D: Best use of public data 

Winner – Manchester City Council – Integrated Data and Network Analysis

Summary

In 2011, Manchester City Council like all other local authorities was tasked by the National Troubled Families Unit with identifying families that …

Award Winner: Lancashire – Best use of health research

Category B: Best use of health research – Sponsored by HeRC (Health eResearch Centre)

Winner – Lancashire County Council – long-term conditions JSNA

Summary

This JSNA investigated the needs and assets of Lancashire’s citizens in terms of what the World …