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[AUDIO] Research groups to look at veterans' addiction...

Issued:27/03/15

Two new projects which will focus on how people can recover from addiction, especially after returning from careers in the Armed Forces, have been...



Social justice week set to empower and enlighten

Issued:17/03/15

Lawyers and film-makers will turn the spotlight on tough issues such as forced marriage, recovering from drug addiction and life in prison during a...



[AUDIO] Baroness Kennedy - The world needs us

Issued:16/01/15

Baroness Helena Kennedy of The Shaws QC launched the centre for international justice that bears her name at Sheffield Hallam University with a passionate...



Fingerprint technology one step away from national...

Issued:13/11/14

Sheffield Hallam University's pioneering fingerprint technology has been awarded further Home Office funding, meaning it is now just one step away...



Innovative fingerprint analysis is trialled by police

Issued:28/03/14

Pioneering technology designed by Sheffield Hallam University to provide an in-depth analysis of fingerprints is being tried and tested at crime scenes.The...



Criminology book that puts future Values at its heart

Issued:11/12/13

A book which maps the changing face of policing, probation and prejudice has been launched - with more than half of the contributions coming from Sheffield Hallam's law,...



New offender management system 'cuts crime' say researchers

Issued:18/09/13

A new integrated offender management system has slashed crime by more than half in a two-year period, a new report by Sheffield Hallam University researchers...



Spicing up fingerprints

Issued:03/06/13

It is most commonly used to spice up Indian cuisine, but scientists at Sheffield Hallam University have discovered turmeric could be used to help solve...



Award-winning special PC is really the business

Issued:28/03/13

A business management undergraduate who spends nearly 130 hours of his spare-time per month "on the beat" as a special police constable has...



Resources needed for 'rehabilitation revolution'

Issued:10/01/13

Government plans for former offenders to mentor prisoners as part of its 'rehabilitation revolution' must be backed up with effective recruitment,...