Crime Prevention and Security Management book series with Palgrave Macmillan – Call for proposals!

Crime Prevention and Security Management book series with Palgrave Macmillan Call for proposals! Would you like to publish in a world-leading crime and security book series, edited by Martin Gill? Submit a book or short Pivot proposal to Josephine.Taylor@palgrave.com About the series It is widely recognised that we live in an increasingly unsafe society, but the study of security and crime […]

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Martin Gill will be speaking at the Markets in Policing conference

‘Markets in Policing: The Appetite for and Organisational, Cultural and Moral Limits to Markets in Public Policing’ International and Comparative Experiences from Europe and Beyond An ESRC Public Policy Conference   11th & 12th July 2016 Liberty Building, University of Leeds   For some time, public policing has been shielded from debates about marketisation and the greater involvement of the […]

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CRIME BYTES – Cyber crime more lucrative than the drugs trade: the changing landscape of organised crime

When people think of organised crime, visions of the Godfather or the drug cartels of Breaking Bad often spring to mind. However, the landscape of organised crime is changing. With cyber crime now a far more lucrative business than the drugs trade, offenders are exploiting the anonymity and protection afforded to them by the online world to target more victims […]

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Professor Martin Gill is now a Chartered Security Professional

At Perpetuity, we are pleased to announce that our Director, Professor Martin Gill, is now a Chartered Security Professional. His application was approved by the Chartered Security Professionals’ Registration Authority and he was admitted to the Register of Chartered Security Professionals on 11th January 2016. Martin was presented with his Certificate of Admittance at the Annual Celebratory Dinner for the Register […]

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CRIME BYTES: New Joint Fraud Taskforce to be launched to combat fraud in the UK

In an announcement last week, Home Secretary Theresa May revealed the upcoming launch of a new Joint Fraud Taskforce to combat fraud in the UK. Consisting of a collaboration of representatives from the City of London Police, National Crime Agency, Financial Fraud Action UK, CIFAS, the Bank of England, and CEOs of the major banks, the taskforce will set out […]

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