Let us ignore the figures of the Home Office, ignore the Labour party's figures, and look at the British Crime Survey - the standard measure of crime used under the last government as well as this one - and look at the results of the Criminal Policy Research Unit at South Bank University, what do they tell us?
What does CPRU stand for?
CPRU stands for Criminal Policy Research Unit (UK)
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We have 8 other meanings of CPRU in our Acronym Attic
- Curriculum Peer Review Team
- Canadian Parson Russell Terrier Association (Ontario, Canada; dog-breeders and owners group; founded 1997)
- Canada Pacific Russia Trade Centre
- Cross Plains Rural Transportation Council (Texas Department of Transportation; Austin, TX)
- Cavitating Pump Rotordynamic Test Facility (rocket propulsion equipment)
- Cellular Physiology Research Unit (University College Cork; Ireland)
- Clinical Pharmacology Research Unit
- Collaborative Pain Research Unit (Department of Biological and Chemical Sciences; University of Newcastle; Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia)
- Conflict Prevention and Reconstruction Unit
- Construction Planning and Research Unit (Brunei Darussalam ISO correspondent member)
- Crisis Prevention and Recovery Unit (UNDP)
- Center for the Prevention and Resolution of Violence (est. 1992)
- Chromatographically Purified Rabies Vaccine
- Committee to Preserve Radio Verifications
- Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (UK)
- Certified Professional Resume Writer (Professional Association of Resume Writers)
- Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing
- Comparative Politics Research Workshop (Ohio State University)
- Convention on the Political Rights of Women
- Czech Pattern Recognition Workshop (Czech Society for Pattern Recognition meeting)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Researchers from the Criminal Policy Research Unit at London's South Bank University carried out fieldwork in four contrasting districts covered by two unnamed police forces.
The widely-held belief that cocaine, crack and heroin users get sucked into stealing to fund their habit is overturned by the findings of the Criminal Policy Research Unit at South Bank University.