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SIPR Third Annual Lecture

Date of event: October 1, 2009

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Event Briefing

SIPR Third Annual Lecture, Scottish Police College, Tulliallan Castle.

The Third Annual Lecture was presented by Professor Larry Sherman, University of Cambridge, who spoke on “Evidence-based policing: what we know, and how we know it.” We are grateful to Alpha Translating and Interpreting Services Ltd, for their generous sponsorship towards the costs of holding the Annual Lecture and Wine Reception, and to the Scottish Police College for hosting the event.

Professor Sherman was elected Wolfson Professor of Criminology in August 2006 with effect from spring 2007. As Greenfield Professor of Human Relations at the University of Pennsylvania from 1999-2007, he was appointed the first Director of the University’s Jerry Lee Center of Criminology and first Chair of its Department of Criminology. Prior to that, he was Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland and an associate professor in the University at Albany’s School of Criminal Justice.

Programme, Sponsor’s Message and Abstract

PowerPoint Presentation [2.63 Mb]

Podcast [61.4 Mb]

Welcome, Bruce Milne, Head of Educational Development begins at 0 minutes
Introduction to Professor Sherman by Professor Nick Fyfe, Director of SIPR begins at 2 minutes
Address by Lawrence Sherman begins at 6 minutes
Q & A Session begins at 59 minutes
Vote of thanks by Peter Wilson begins at 1 hr 19 minutes
Address by Selma Rahman, Business Manager, Alpha Translating Services Ltd begins at 1 hr 23 minutes
Total length 1 hr 29 minutes

Further details of Professor Sherman’s research…

Major Annual Lecture Sponsor Alpha
Alpha Translating and Interpreting Services Ltd. Principal Annual Lecture Sponsor.

Professor Larry Sherman
Professor Larry Sherman

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