Dr Camilo Tamayo Gomez writes article for 'The Conversation' about the roles gangs in Latin America have played during the pandemic
In the article, Dr Gomez explains that gangs in Latin America could see their popularity rise as a result of them assisting the local residents during the coronavirus pandemic and imposed lockdown.
Experts from the University of Leeds are advising the Government on the covid-19 pandemic, including as members of influential scientific panels.
Professor Graham Farrell to lead team researching levels and types of crimes following the outbreak of coronavirus
The impact of Covid-19 on crime in England will be interrogated by Leeds academics, thanks to a £666,000 grant.
Professor Emeritus Clive Walker was appointed as a specialist adviser to the Select Committee which helped draft the Civil Contingencies Act in 2004.
Dr. Camilo Tamayo Gomez has been approached by Facebook to provide recommendations in the development of policies on how to treat images of COVID-19 related deaths on the social media platform.