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LARIA North West 26 October 2017 – summary of event

On Thursday 26 October, Manchester City Council hosted a LARIA North West event to allow local shortlisted and winning entries to the 2017 LARIA Research Impact Awards showcase their work, and a session from Public Health England.

Most engaging presentation …

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 North West 15 July 2016 – summary of event

On Friday 15 July 2016 LARIA North West hosted an event to hear the shortlisted and commended entries from the North West into the LARIA Research Awards 2016 showcase their work:

New researcher of the year (highly commended) – Haydn …

Award Winner 2014: 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 2014: 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 Winne 2014r: 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 …

Award Winner 2014: Lancashire – Best use of local area research

Category A: Best use of local area research

Winner  Lancashire County Council and Lancashire Constabulary -Improving vehicle security in Lancashire – the anti-theft screw operation

Summary

During 2012/13, Lancashire recorded year-on-year reductions of -18% for theft from a vehicle and …