UK Government’s new ‘Enough’ campaign: Educating young people about healthy relationships and consent

In March 2022 the Government launched the ‘Enough.’ Campaign. The campaign, which will run over several years aims to highlight forms of violence against women and girls, and actions that anyone can take to challenge perpetrators of abuse. The campaign will also educate young people about healthy relationships and consent, to ensure that victims can recognise abuse and seek support. […]

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Health Research Case Study: Evaluation of The SmokeScreen Mediology

Who for: Leicester City NHS STOP! Smoking Service. Methods: Good practice literature review, pre-intervention online surveys, post-intervention online surveys, consultation (both by phone and face-to-face interviews) with stakeholders, quantitative data analysis of surveys and service data, qualitative data analysis of stakeholder consultations, and final evaluation report. Description: This involved an evaluation of the SmokeScreen Mediology, an innovative campaign to prevent young people taking […]

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Healthy Communities Research

As the drug and alcohol treatment agenda has developed over the past decade, we have established a strong track record undertaking work in the area of substance misuse. This has included numerous service evaluations and needs assessments for local Drug and Alcohol Teams and services. More recently, a growing concern in the public sphere and our society as a whole […]

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New Research Launched – Assessing Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)

Perpetuity Research has been commissioned by The Association of Fraud Examiners (ACFE), UK Chapter to undertake research into non-fungible tokens (NFTs). NFTs are essentially digital collectibles – if something can be stored digitally then it can become a NFT, including pictures, tweets, videos, songs and video game items. Ownership is secured by placing a unique token on a blockchain which […]

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Report Launch: Covid-19 and the implications for the security sector: what happened and what has been and is being learned?

Today the latest report from the Security Research Initiative is published – ‘Covid-19 and the implications for the security sector: what happened and what has been and is being learned?’ 83% of respondents felt that overall security had performed well in the crisis. 74% agreed or strongly agreed that security professionals have developed new skill sets that will be invaluable […]

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Covid-19 and Cyber Crimes

Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic cyber crimes have been increasing at a startling rate and have been the main method in which scammers have attempted to defraud individuals. However, such crimes are not only directed at people, but also at corporations and even countries. In these times of uncertainty and vulnerability, cyber criminals prey on weak systems and […]

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Stay at home safely – COVID-19 and domestic abuse

Domestic abuse is surging at an alarming rate in many countries globally, including the UK and much of it is being attributed to the Covid-19 epidemic. Telephone lines have been lighting up at domestic abuse charities and support services at a rate of nearly 50% more than usual and an increase in website contacts has also been observed. In the […]

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Identifying COVID-19 Frauds and Scams

Never has there been a more perfect storm for fraudsters and scammers than the COVID-19 crisis, which has provided these criminals with a ready-made, target rich environment for them to exploit. The uncertainty of the situation, coupled with the increase in financial stress, with potential loss of jobs and businesses all contribute to making this a desperate time for many. […]

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Update your security strategy at IFSEC International

IFSEC International 2020 is Europe’s largest and most comprehensive event for the global integrated security industry. It connects over 34,000 visitors from 113 countries with 450+ exhibitors showcasing some of the most innovative products and solutions on the market, as well as a full seminar programme, legislation updates, guidance and best practice. The exhibition is completely free, and you can […]

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