Police Governance and Accountability in Comparative Perspective: Centralism, Localism and Democratic Policing, Friday, 4th November 2011, Royal Society of Edinburgh

This conference was the first in a series of events funded by a Royal Society of Edinburgh Arts & Humanities Network Award on the theme of Crime and Policing in Scotland: Past and Present. The network is intended to provide a unique forum for researchers to engage with police and criminal justice practitioners, with the aim of sharing and enhancing mutual knowledge and research agendas and providing an opportunity for contemporary Scottish crime and policing issues to be considered from an international historical perspective.

For the Project Website, please see: http://blog.dundee.ac.uk/scottishpolicinghistory/

Biographical details of the speakers

Welcome and Opening Comments Professor Nicholas Fyfe, Director, SIPR & Dr Murray Frame, University of Dundee

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The Speakerse
Front (l to r): Emsley, Anderson, Scott, Miller.
Back (l to r): Frame, Johansen, Fyfe, Gallagher, Tomkins