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A professor of informatics and security research has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
A group of 37 apprentices have started their journey to becoming police constables this week as part of a partnership between Sheffield Hallam University and South Yorkshire Police.
A new forensic fingerprint method has been developed by Sheffield Hallam University which could help police to gain a greater understanding of crime scenes from blood evidence.
Psychologists have led an evaluation assessing the effectiveness of West Yorkshire Police’s Violence Reduction Unit.
Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have begun working with key partner organisations from across the EU on a €6.8m project to combat online child sexual exploitation.
Computing students at Sheffield Hallam have been commissioned by the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to support small, medium, and sole trading businesses with cyber security.
From exploring how active travel can be embedded into our daily lives to understanding how our working life has become fundamentally changed by a global pandemic – the 2020 Festival of Social Sciences will explore pioneering research from Sheffield Hallam University.
The effects of knife images on young people are set to be examined as part of a new partnership project led by researchers at Sheffield Hallam.
South Yorkshire Police has welcomed its first intake of student officers through a new Police Constable degree apprenticeship.
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