The initial funding for this project came from the Department of the Prime Minister, and involved collaboration with a number of government agencies:
Currently, our international partners involve developing tactical algorithms and display of simulation outcomes for policing.
The Terrorism Research Centre, Washington, DC is a non-profit organisation for reasearch and education. The project with them is assessing the tactics and counter tactics involved in lone wolf knife attacks on the public.
The Greater London Authority is currently using "Hot Blocking" (PDF) to display crime areas according to the activity. We are currently looking at how this type of display can be enhanced from live data and with the output of microsimulation results.