Visit the websitePolicy Exchange and the Campaign to Protect Rural England. Litterbugs - How to deal with the problem of littering. Professor Alan Lewis, Polly Turton and Thomas Sweetman. Edited by Ben Caldecott.
DownloadDepartment of the Environment for Northern Ireland. Code of Practice on Litter.
Visit the websiteRepublic of Ireland National Litter Pollution Monitoring System.
Visit the websiteThe Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Chartered Institute of Housing. Tackling anti-social behaviour. Action Frameworks for: Governing bodies/housing committee members/residents; Social housing practitioners. Judy Nixon and Caroline Hunter.
Visit the websiteThe Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. Criminal obsessions: Why Harm Matters More Than Crime. Danny Dorling, Dave Gordon, Paddy Hillyard, Christina Pantazis, Simon Pemberton & Steve Tombs.
Visit the websiteThe Joseph Rowntree Foundation. The Social Value of Public Spaces. Ken Worpole and Katharine Knox.
Visit the websiteThe Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Neighbourhood regeneration: Resourcing community. Involvement. Pete Duncan & Sally Thomas.
The Department of Communities and Local Government. Local Environmental Quality: A New View on Measurement. Matthew Carmona and Claudio de Magalhães, The Bartlett School of Planning, UCL.
Visit the websiteAssociation for Public Service Excellence. Efficiencies in street cleansing. Debbie Johns.
Visit the websiteAssociation for Public Service Excellence. Street Cleansing Trend Analysis. Anne Clayton.
Visit the websiteAssociation for Public Sector Excellence. Avoiding the road to nowhere: Transforming front line service delivery through efficiency and innovation.
Visit the websiteThe Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Cleaning up neighbourhoods Environmental problems and service provision in deprived areas. Annette Hastings, John Flint, Carol McKenzie and Carl Mills.
Visit the websiteThe Manifesto Club. The Corruption of Punishment: how litter fines became a business. Josie Appleton.
Visit the websiteDepartment of the Environment for Northern Ireland. Guidance on the use of Fixed Penalty Notices.
Visit the websiteKeep Britain Tidy. The Effectiveness of Enforcement on Behaviour Change Fixed penalty notices from both sides of the line.
Visit the websiteThe Scottish Government: Social Research. A Review of Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) for Antisocial Behaviour. Ben Cavanagh, Justice Analytical Services.
Visit the websiteTHINK! Road Safety Campaign Evaluation Annual Survey 2011 Report.
Visit the websiteDon't Mess With Texas Youth Survey, Spring 2007 to Fall 2009 / Spring 2010: Comparisons in 1st Grade & 3rd Grade. Baselice & Associates. Additional research can be found in this PDF document.
Visit the websiteThe Joseph Rowntree Foundation. An evaluation of two initiatives to reward young people. Julia Hirst, Eleanor Formby, Sadie Parr, Judy Nixon and Caroline Hunter with John Flint.
Visit the websiteThe Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Community leadership approaches to tackling street crime. Jenny Lynn.
Visit the websiteThe Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Street cleanliness in deprived and better-off neighbourhoods: A clean sweep? Annette Hastings, Nick Bailey, Glen Bramley, Rob Croudace and David Watkins.
Visit the websiteKeep Britain Tidy. Whose Reality is it Anyway? Understanding the Impact of Deprivation on Perceptions of Place. Jo Schultz.
Visit the websiteJill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL. Fly-tipping: Causes, Incentives and Solutions. Barry Webb, Ben Marshall, Sarah Czarnomski & Nick Tilley.
Visit the websiteJill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL. Fly-tipping: Causes, Incentives and Solutions: A good practice guide for Local Authorities.
Visit the websiteJill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL. A problem-oriented approach to fly-tipping. Barry Webb and Ben Marshall.