Access the research reports, trends and labour force analysis produced our expert research team.
SfJ Research lead a consortium (with the Universities of Nottingham, Birmingham and West Scotland) to evaluate existing and emerging emergency services collaboration. The evaluation identified best practice and established a knowledge base for greater cooperation across the emergency services. The research consisted of Return on Investment assessments, elite interviews (PCCs, Chief Constables), focus groups with front-line staff and surveys of emergency services across England and Wales. The final report was published by the Home Office/the Emergency Services Collaboration Working Group in March 2015.
Executive summary Report Report
The All Wales Academy (AWA) is a new eLearning platform in Wales which is planning to provide over 60 eLearning training modules for staff across all 22 Welsh local authorities. SfJ Research carried out a Return on Investment on the Academy to improve the efficiency of its resource utilization.
Our research briefing outlines the causes and impact of economic inequality. It also discusses the link between poverty and economic inequality.
Our research briefing covers the Prevent agenda, young people and radicalisation.
Our research briefing discusses the impact cyber crime has on UK businesses in terms of direct cost as well as reputational damage and the difficulties related to measuring these.
As part of the Employer Investment Fund, SfJ Research investigated the use and development of Apprenticeships within 105 Local Authorities across England and Wales.