With lunch: Where are the police? Britons’ attitudes to crime, anti-social behaviour and the police
Tyron Surmon - UK Associate at More in Common.
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This is a hybrid event. The discussion will be held in-person in the Centre for Criminology Seminar room, but attendees can also join online here: Click here to join the meeting
Lunch will be provided at 12.30pm outside the seminar room, with the discussion starting at 1pm.
More in Common will discuss their report 'Where are the police?' which outlines Britons' attitudes on crime, policing, and anti-social behaviour. Drawing on extensive polling and focus groups, this new report outlines Britons' attitudes on crime, policing, and anti-social behaviour. The report highlights their lack of trust in the police, and identifies what needs to be done to rebuild public support.
More in Common carry out regular and robust public opinion research into key issues facing society. More in Common was founded in the aftermath of the tragic murder of Jo Cox MP in 2016. The organisation takes its name from Jo’s maiden speech in Parliament where she said: “We are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us.” Their hope is that through their work, they honour Jo’s memory and legacy.