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 of local area research (highly commended) – Owen Richardson, Kirklees Council
Online and redefined – refreshing our approach to the JSNA

Owen Richardson talks about the Kirklees JSA

Owen Richardson talks about the Kirklees JSA

Best use of local area research 1 – (shortlisted) – Elisa Bullen, Manchester City Council
Securing a ward boundary review using a local forecasting model

Elisa Bullen talking about ward boundary reviews using the MCCFM in Manchester

Elisa Bullen talking about ward boundary reviews using the MCCFM in Manchester

Matt Hennesesey, Public Health England
Intelligent design

Matt Hennessey talks about Intelligence Design at the LARIA NW event

Matt Hennessey talks about Intelligence Design at the LARIA NW event

Best use of community safety or policing research – (winner) Rebecca Eckersley, Lancashire County Council
Understanding complex antisocial behaviour cases

Screenshot of complex ASB research

Findings from complex anti-social behaviour cases research

Best use of local area research 2 – (winner) – Paul Holme, Manchester City Council
Troubled Families Evaluation 2017

Screenshot of Troubled Families evaluation in Manchester

Troubled Families evaluation in Manchester

Further information from: l.frost@manchester.gov.uk

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