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  • Community Safety Research: Learning Event

    Created: 30/04/2021

    When: 11:00 - 12:30 , Thursday 06 May 2021
    Where: Zoom call, online
    This event is being organised by Scottish Community Safety Network

    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    The Scottish Community Safety Network (SCSN) is running an event to provide an opportunity to learn about the recent MainStreet research project commissioned by SCSN and to share thoughts on its findings and on future developments. The project has focused on:

    • Partnership working
    • What makes a safe community
    • Championing evidence
    • Experiences of community safety

    The final report is based on stakeholder views gathered through a recent questionnaire and discussions at focus groups and consultation sessions. A rapid literature review informed the planning of the project including research work undertaken in recent years by SCSN.

    This event offers community safety professionals and others the opportunity to learn and share as part of an ongoing process to support future planning. It will take place from 11:00 - 12:30 on Thursday 06 May 2021


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