The Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research works closely with a number of partners who support the Partnership to realise it’s vision of delivering research to improve understanding of security challenges.
Our Partners include:
The Economic and Social Research Council provides funding for research within the UK on economic and social issues and lead the Partnership’s Transnational Organised Crime theme.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council provides funding for research and training within the UK in the areas of engineering and physical sciences and lead the Partnership’s Cybersecurity theme.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council provides funding for UK research in the arts and humanities and leads the Partnership’s Conflict theme.
The Centre for Science and Policy helps the sciences and technology to serve society by promoting engagement between researchers and policy professionals. They also host the External Champion to the Partnership, Dr Tristram Riley-Smith, and the Partnership’s team of staff.
The Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge delivers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across the areas of international history and international law, foreign and security policy, political economy, comparative politics and political thought.
The Security and Resilience Industry Suppliers Community brings together the UK industrial and academic community to support the government in creating a more secure and safe environment for UK citizens.
Crossword Cybersecurity is a technology commercialisation company focusing exclusively on the cyber security sector.
InnovateUK is an executive, non-departmental public body that funds, supports and connects innovative businesses to accelerate sustainable economic growth.
ADS is the trade organisation for all companies operating in the UK Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space industries.
TechUK is the trading name for Information Technology Telecommunications and Electronics Association and represents companies and technologies including innovative start-ups.
The Security Innovation and Demonstration Centre brings together government, industry and academia to explore security and policing challenges and enable the rapid development of technology.