SIPR Noticeboard   -    Issue 95  -   May 2017

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SIPR Annual Report for 2016
We are delighted to present The SIPR Annual Report for 2016, which celebrates our tenth anniversary and includes articles from academics from the consortium universities, as well as Practitioner Fellows. Our focus on evidence-based approaches to policing has seen researchers from across the consortium universities engage in interdisciplinary projects during 2016, supported by investment from SIPR and by awards from research councils and other funding bodies. It also provides us with an important opportunity to thank the wide range of people and organisations whose support is vital to the success of SIPR as a collaboration of research,practitioner and policy communities, and which has contributed to make SIPR an internationally recognised centre of excellence for policing research.  Download the SIPR Annual Report...

New Advances in Restorative Justice Theory and Practice. 18-19 September, University of Leeds
As a part of the Thirtieth Anniversary celebrations of Centre for Criminal Justice Studies (CCJS) at the University of Leeds, this 2-day conference will bring together and showcase research, practice and theorising about future direction and new advances in restorative justice. Tickets are available for the full conference, or one day only. Booking required. More ...

REGISTRATION OPEN UNTIL 5 JUNE! 3rd International Conference on Missing Children and Adults
To be held 14 to 16 June 2017, Abertay University, Dundee, this is the only international conference which sees academics, practitioners and policy makers come together to explore and discuss the full range of issues associated with the challenges faced by those who are missed, those who are charged with responding to missing and those who are affected by missing in its broadest sense. To Register ...

PhD scholarships for UCL Security Science Doctoral Training Centre (UCL SECReT)
UCL have a number of fully paid scholarships available at present for PhD topics in cyber crime, connected society, IoT (Internet of Things), and smart cities. Application deadline is 30th June.  More ...

Free policing conference - Birmingham, 26th June
The Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing at the University of Birmingham is celebrating its first birthday! To mark its one year anniversary, they are holding a free conference at the University on 26th June.  Register...

Emergency Service Staff:working with people with dementia
Staff from the Police, Fire, Mountain Rescue, Red Cross, St John Ambulance, First Responder, or Health emergency and security services are invited to this event, organised by Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice (ASCPP), on 5th October, 1-4pm, at Cambuslang. More ...

Society of Evidence Based Policing at the Open University, Annual Spring Conference, 1 - 2 March 2018
The Open University's Centre for Policing Research and Learning contributes through research, education and knowledge exchange to the work of police forces as they adapt to a changing policing landscape, with its greater emphasis on evidence-based practice. The conference will showcase new research and knowledge across all areas of policing. Cost: £60 for early bird registration (before 31 July 2017) and £85 thereafter. More ...

Book Offer - 20% discount!
Copies of Evidence-Based Policing Translating Research into Practice by Cynthia Lum and Christopher S. Koper, can be obtained at a discount. Written for police officers who wish to engage in evidence-based policing, as well as students and scholars conducting research and partnerships with law enforcement agencies. Quote ALFLY5F when ordering  More ...

Glowing Report from SFC on the Impact of SIPR!
In their "Ten Year Impact Report", the Scottish Funding Council say, "SIPR is an exemplary investment for SFC in the extent of its ongoing achievement and it has significant potential to make even more of a difference." It is a pleasure to thank the SFC and ACPOS for their initial investment, which has certainly made a difference, helping to contribute towards a safer Scotland and forging strong links between police and academia, and to all the stakeholders who were interviewed by SFC and who contributed to the Report. Read the Impact Report ...

Policing 2026 - SIPR Evidence Review
To coincide with the launch, by Police Scotland and the SPA, of the 2026 Policing Strategy, we are pleased to publish this colection of papers which were specially commissioned as an Evidence Review to inform the 2026 Strategy. They have been written by a group of international policing experts with extensive experience as academic researchers, senior practitioners and policy makers. Read the SIPR Evidence Review...

You have the Right to Remain Signing
This guide to communicating in interpreter-mediated police interviews is designed for police officers working in settings where they need to communicate with a deaf sign language user.  More ...

JUSTISIGNS : Tips for police dealing with deaf sign language users
This Poster has been produced by the Justisigns project team at Heriot-Watt University, and contains ten tips for police dealing with deaf sign language users  More ...

What Works Centre - New publication: Mediation, mentoring and peer-support to reduce youth violence
This systematic review aimed to provide a comprehensive account of the range of violence prevention programmes for young people (aged up to 25 years) who have either been involved in, or are identified as being at high-risk of violence, and that included contact and interaction with a 'peer mediator', a 'mentor', or an influential 'peer' (peer support).  More ...

Postgraduate Qualifications in Child Protection - Edinburgh Napier University
For experienced practitioners wishing to gain evidence of postgraduate study in Child Protection, the PG Certificate in Advanced Practice (Child Protection) at Edinburgh Napier University may be the ideal first step. Three 20-credit modules, each with one optional study day in Edinburgh, and studied over a 13-week period.  More ...

Your contribution would be welcomed for the SIPR Blog!
Contributions to the Blog are welcomed. This blog has three purposes: to expand and extend critical debate nationally and internationally about current matters of policing practice, learning and leadership; to promote the use of research evidence in policing practice and policy; and to share knowledge about policing among police practitioners and leaders, researchers, educators, policy makers and community.  visit the Blog for further information ...

SIPR Engagement in European Policing Research Programme
A reminder that SIPR has an Engagement in European Policing Research Programme, which has been updated to include H2020 funding applications to offset nonrecoverable costs involved in preparing proposals at the pre-award stages. Each EEPR application can be for a maximum of £2,000 for any one proposal. More ...



Twitter users...follow the new SIPR Twitter Account (@TheSIPR)!
In addition to inviting you to send information for inclusion in the SIPR Noticeboard, we are now pleased to invite you to send us material for sharing on Twitter. More ...

Facebook users...please "Like" the SIPR Facebook page!
SIPR has joined Facebook! If you have a Facebook Account, please "Like us" to receive the latest news of events, reports and courses direct to your Facebook page."
 
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Tim Heilbronn
Business and KT Manager
Scottish Institute for Policing Research,
School of Social & Environmental Sciences,
University of Dundee,
Dundee DD1 4HN

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