University of Northampton: combatting radicalisation, hate crime, sexual violence and substance abuse by means of behavioural analysis on a university campus

  • Lorna Clarke (Keynote speaker)
  • Rebecca Duggan (Keynote speaker)
  • Ben Miles (Keynote speaker)
  • Hill, K. (Author)
  • Anna Quinn (Author)

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsKeynoteResearch


Behavioural Analysis 2022 takes place in a university setting. Not only does this afford us the opportunity to emphasise the link between academic research and operational best practice, it also serves to demonstrate how the conference venue itself is tackling criminality identified online, in the lecture halls, and in its halls of residence. Using specific case studies relating to a variety of hostile acts, the University of Northampton team demonstrates how it is avoiding a silo mentality and has effectively clamped down on criminal behaviour to better protect its students and staff.

Speakers: Lorna Clarke, University of Northampton Policing Team Sergeant;
Ben Miles, Team Leader Residential Life Team, University of Northampton; and,
Rebecca Duggan, Student Behaviour Coordinator, University of Northampton, UK
Contributors: Kimberley Hill, Associate Professor in Psychology, Anna Quinn, Student Support and Advice Manager, University of Northampton, UK.
Period8 Jun 2022
Event titleBehavioural Analysis 2022
Event typeConference
Degree of RecognitionInternational