Mission Statement

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Research

Increase policing research capacity under three strategic research priority themes in order to shape strategic focus and respond to external drivers.

• Grants, seed corn funding and studentships, aligned with strategic research priority themes.
• Responding the requests regarding evidence reviews and supporting the development of tenders in response to external drivers.
• Supporting members to generate external income.
• Quality assurance and peer review processes.

Measures:

In line with the annual budget allocation, SIPR will:

• Identify strategic research priorities to drive the SIPR research agenda.
• Run annual competitive processes grants.
• Undertake literature reviews/rapid evidence assessments as agreed with PS or SPA.
• Design/implement new quality assurance procedures.

Knowledge Exchange

Facilitate events and enhance knowledge exchange tools. Support evidence to practice routes and develop pathways to enable and document impact.

• Impact dissemination scheme.
• Knowledge Exchange events.
• Annual Conference.
• Network activities.
• Social media and public engagement.
• Knowledge Exchange tools and briefing papers.
• Develop mechanisms to enable/document impact.

Measures:

In line with the annual budget allocation, SIPR will:

• Design and implement scheme which support members to disseminate research.
• Organise annual policing research conference.
• Increase social media presence.
• Increase number of SIPR branded publications.

Learning and Innovation

Nurture learning and innovation in policing organisations and universities, supporting the postgraduate community and the next generation of researchers and practitioners. Foster links between higher education and policing organisations and partners to support training, education and innovation.

• Postgraduate symposia and student led events (e.g roundtables and writing retreats) and summer school.
• Practitioner Fellowships.
• Developing new Continued Professional Development, training or education.
• Promoting active membership of SIPR.

Measures:

In line with the annual budget allocation, SIPR will:

• Organise annual student symposium.
• Continue to support deliver of other student led events.
• Design and launch new membership package.
• Increase number of researchers/practitioners who identify as SIPR members.

Partnerships

Nurture learning and innovation in policing organisations and universities, supporting the postgraduate community and the next generation of researchers and practitioners. Foster links between higher education and policing organisations and partners to support training, education and innovation.

• Postgraduate symposia and student led events (e.g roundtables and writing retreats) and summer school.
• Practitioner Fellowships.
• Developing new Continued Professional Development, training or education.
• Promoting active membership of SIPR.

Measures:

In line with the annual budget allocation, SIPR will:

• Organise annual student symposium.
• Continue to support deliver of other student led events.
• Design and launch new membership package.
• Increase number of researchers/practitioners who identify as SIPR members.

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