Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Nick Tilley spends much of his time researching Crime prevention, Criminology, Crime reduction, Computer security and Public relations. As a member of one scientific family, Nick Tilley mostly works in the field of Crime prevention, focusing on Organised crime and, on occasion, Airport security and Internet privacy. The various areas that Nick Tilley examines in his Criminology study include Law and Empirical research.
His research in Crime reduction intersects with topics in Aeronautics, Rocket, Prison and Crime science. His Computer security research integrates issues from Impact assessment, Ethnography, Criminal justice, Pragmatism and Scholarship. His Public relations research includes elements of Situational ethics, Law enforcement and Terrorism.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Criminology, Crime prevention, Public relations, Crime reduction and Computer security. The Criminology study combines topics in areas such as Law and Media studies. His study in Crime prevention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Situational ethics and Fear of crime.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Crime control and Situational ethics. In his work, Occupational safety and health is strongly intertwined with Organised crime, which is a subfield of Public relations. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Public administration under Crime reduction, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Government.
His primary areas of study are Criminology, Crime prevention, Crime science, Computer security and Evidence-based policing. Much of his study explores Criminology relationship to Fell. His Crime prevention study which covers Quality of life that intersects with Civil liberties.
His studies deal with areas such as Discipline and Action as well as Crime science. He interconnects Payment and Occupational safety and health in the investigation of issues within Computer security. The study incorporates disciplines such as Evidence-based policy and Systematic review in addition to Evidence-based policing.
Nick Tilley mainly investigates Criminology, Computer security, Crime prevention, Security lighting and Football. Crime rate is the focus of his Criminology research. His research integrates issues of Impact assessment and Quality of life in his study of Computer security.
Nick Tilley combines subjects such as Intervention, Economic Justice, Punishment, Empirical research and Life course approach with his study of Crime prevention. His Security lighting research includes themes of Window, Masking and Demographic economics. His work in Football covers topics such as Environmental criminology which are related to areas like Dark figure of crime.
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WHAT WORKS IN EVALUATION RESEARCH
Ray Pawson;Nick Tilley.
British Journal of Criminology (1994)
Introducing EMMIE: an evidence rating scale to encourage mixed-method crime prevention synthesis reviews
Shane D. Johnson;Nick Tilley;Kate J. Bowers.
Journal of Experimental Criminology (2015)
Situational prevention of organised crimes
Karen Bullock;Ronald V. Clarke;Nick Tilley;Nick Tilley.
Crime science series. Willan Pub (2010) (2010)
Realistic evaluation bloodlines
Ray Pawson;Nick Tilley.
American Journal of Evaluation (2001)
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