Violent Crime in Ghana: Who is at Risk, When and Where?  Analysis of Police Crime Statistics Violent Crime in Ghana: Who is at Risk, When and Where? Analysis of Police Crime Statistics
Violent Crime in Ghana: Who is at Risk, When and Where? Analysis of Police Crime Statistics
New evidence from an analysis of police crime statistics by the African Institute for Crime, Policy and Governance Research has ... ...
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Commercial vehicle drivers (‘trotro’ drivers) who experience police corruption are more likely to break traffic laws – Research Commercial vehicle drivers (‘trotro’ drivers) who experience police corruption are more likely to break traffic laws – Research
Commercial vehicle drivers ('trotro' drivers) who experience police corruption are more likely to break traffic laws - Research
Commercial vehicle drivers ('trotro' drivers) who experience police corruption are more likely to break traffic laws. That's the finding from ... ...
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Commercial vehicle drivers (‘trotro’ drivers) who experience police corruption are more likely to break traffic laws – Research
Study looks at support for offender rehabilitation among Ghanaian prison officers Study looks at support for offender rehabilitation among Ghanaian prison officers
Study looks at support for offender rehabilitation among Ghanaian prison officers
Support among prison officers in Ghana for the rehabilitation of offenders is heavily dependent on their sense of self-legitimacy, a ... ...
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Study looks at support for offender rehabilitation among Ghanaian prison officers
A new study on what motivates young educated Ghanaians to report corruption to anti-corruption agencies A new study on what motivates young educated Ghanaians to report corruption to anti-corruption agencies
A new study on what motivates young educated Ghanaians to report corruption to anti-corruption agencies
Young educated Ghanaians are more likely to report corruption to anti-corruption agencies if they are certain it will lead to ... ...
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A new study on what motivates young educated Ghanaians to report corruption to anti-corruption agencies
How young educated Ghanaians view corruption How young educated Ghanaians view corruption
How young educated Ghanaians view corruption
A corruption scandal is in the news in Ghana again. Media reports suggest an elaborate scheme of cronyism in the ... ...
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How young educated Ghanaians view corruption
Confronting Political Vigilantism in Ghana [Policy Brief] Confronting Political Vigilantism in Ghana [Policy Brief]
Confronting Political Vigilantism in Ghana [Policy Brief]
On 9 April 2019, Ghana’s two main political parties – the ruling New Patriotic Party and the opposition National Democratic ... ...
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Why Do Young Ghanaian Adults Engage in Corruption? Why Do Young Ghanaian Adults Engage in Corruption?
Why Do Young Ghanaian Adults Engage in Corruption?
Results from a study by Dr Tankebe, Professor Karstedt (Griffith University) and Adu-Poku (University of Ghana) show that citizenly pride ... ...
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Why Do Young Ghanaian Adults Engage in Corruption?
Dr Tankebe speaks to The Conversation Africa about political vigilantism Ghana Dr Tankebe speaks to The Conversation Africa about political vigilantism Ghana
Dr Tankebe speaks to The Conversation Africa about political vigilantism Ghana
The US has announced it is ready to support Ghana to deal with the issue of political vigilantism – a growing threat ... ...
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Dr Tankebe speaks to The Conversation Africa about political vigilantism Ghana

Traditional Justice

Traditional Justice in informal Urban Settlements in Ghana British Academy Funded Project  Lead Researchers: Dr Thomas Akoensi​​ and Dr Amy ...

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Sentencing

Sentence and sentencing disparity Lead Researchers: Dr Peter Atupare, Dr Kofi Boakye, Dr. Justice Tankebe This project aims to investigate ...

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African Institute for Crime, Policy & Governance Research

Welcome to the African Institute for Crime, Policy and Governance Research. The Institute aims to promote high quality research on crime and governance issues to inform policy in Africa.

It provides training for professionals in the fields of crime and justice  (police officers, prosecutors, judges, prison officers, probation officers, and private security providers) and advice relevant institutions and agencies in Africa on governance issues to inform sound policies.

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1. Prison Project

Helping to reduce prison overcrowding through diversion and alternative sentencing

2. Crime Survey

Measuring crime and fear of crime in Africa

3. Sentencing Project’

Developing effective sentencing guidelines for the criminal justice system

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