We are proud to partner with a number of renowned organisations on research projects that aim to understand and solve some of the complex societal issues facing the world today. 


These crimes against vulnerable people are being carried out with new information and communication technologies. Enforcement agencies can struggle to keep up with the pace of technological change and the new ways in which the technology is used.


This project enables the Greater Manchester Combined Authority to take action on dispersed modern slavery / human trafficking data

Improving suicide prevention

Enabling Avon and Somerset public sector bodies to make evidence-based decisions about suicide prevention


IN-PREP supports first-responders by improve collaborative response to disasters and facilitating transboundary crises management.


The INGENIOUS project assists first responders in responding to natural and manmade disasters and crises by exploiting novel technologies.

Innovate UK KTN

Understanding the impact of Innovate UK KTN funding programmes


INSPECTr develops a shared intelligent platform to help in the prediction, detection and management of crime in support of multiple agencies.


iToBoS supports healthcare practitioners in the diagnosis of skin cancer, by developing ethical AI-based solutions for improving dermatologists’ diagnostic accuracy.


The iTRACK project supports humanitarian missions by develops a real-time tracking and threat identification system for a better protection of first responders and assets.


Museums and video games hold strong similarities in the way they showcase narratives to engage their respective audiences with the purpose of sparking a social dialogue.

Methods for Anonymisation in Sociotechnical Contexts (MASC)

Researching a sociotechnical approach to improve anonymisation for public security.

NDAS Modern Slavery Assessment

The National Data Analytics Solution (NDAS) is a new, scalable and flexible analytics capability for UK law enforcement using advanced analytics to deliver insights.

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