Building on an event held last year in Washington DC, we are pleased to invite you to a second joint Scottish-American symposium on policing which will be held on Monday 20th October 2014 at the Scottish Police College. With support from Scottish Government and jointly organised by SIPR and the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy (CEBCP) at George Mason University (GMU) in the USA, the symposium will bring together researchers and practitioners from both sides of the Atlantic to discuss key issues in contemporary policing.
OUTPUTS FROM THIS SYMPOSIUM ARE NOW AVAILABLE
SIPR organised the Scottish International Policing Conference on 22 October, building on the success of the previous International Policing Conferences.
Supported by Selex ES, CGI, Airwave and the Scottish Government, the theme of this year's conference was Technology, Policing and Criminal Justice, with contributions from the Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Kenny MacAskill, MSP, the Chief Constable of Scotland, Sir Stephen House, QPM, and Professor Cynthia Lum, Director of the Centre for Evidence Based Crime Policy, George Mason University, Washington
If you would like to participate in this Seminar Series, either as a contributor or as an attendee, please contact the Business and Knowledge Transfer Manager, Tim Heilbronn (email@example.com)
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Outputs from the SIPR-GMU Symposium and the Scottish International Policing Conference, October 2014 (and our previous events) now available
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(Photo, Jeff Egge) Professor Cynthia Lum presented the James Smart Memorial Lecture (8th Annual Lecture), 'The Impact of Technology on Modern Policing' on 22nd October 2014
Professor Lorraine Mazerolle presented the 7th Annual Lecture on 13th November 2013.
Professor Peter Neyroud presented the 6th Annual Lecture on 25th October 2012.
Professor Betsy Stanko presented the 5th Annual Lecture, 'Policing cultures and evidence based policing', on 20th October 2011.
Professor Nick Tilley presented the 4th Annual Lecture, 'Discipline and Discretion' on 30th September 2010.
Professor Larry Sherman presented the 3rd Annual Lecture, 'Evidence based policing: what we know, and how we know it', 1st October 2009.PowerPoint and Podcast...