This is the second of a new series of bite-size videos looking at the presentations of the 2020 Society of Evidence Based Policing (SEBP) Virtual Conference. Susanne Knabe-Nicol, otherwise known as ‘The Police Science Dr’, summarises a presentation by Nick Morgan from the UK Home Office. He presented findings from research carried out on what is behind the trends, peaks and troughs of homicide, both in the UK and around the world. Who is responsible for homicides, who are the victims and why has this changed so much over the decades?
This bite-size summary is a great way to understand the main points of Nick Morgan’s presentation but you can also view the original presentation in full here on the SEBP YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySX_CWbrGsM
You can find the UK Home Office report “Trends and drivers of homicide: Main findings” here