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SIPC 2022 – Call for Posters

Would you like to showcase your research to an international audience of peers? Then submit your poster for exhibition at SIPR’s upcoming Scottish International Policing Conference!

The SIPR Scottish International Policing Conference 2022 will take place on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 May 2022 at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh and posters will be on display across both days. The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Contemporary Policing Demand: Enhancing Capacity, Capability, and Resilience’.

For more information on the conference, including link to register and download the programme, please go to the SIPC 2022 conference page.

Posters are welcome on any area relevant to Policing Research and can represent research at any stage of the process. SIPR particularly welcome submissions from Early Career Researchers.

An individual from each poster contributed will be provided with complimentary tickets to both days of the conference. Additionally, the winner of ‘Best Poster’ (as decided by popular vote by all delegates during the conference) will be presented with a prize.

To present your poster, please contact Monica Craig (m.craig2@napier.ac.uk) with your name, your affiliated organisation, and a working title for your poster.

The deadline for notification of intent to submit a poster is Monday 2nd May 2022.

Posters should be submitted in size A0 (1189mm x 841mm)

Please note, by submitting a poster you consent to your name and poster title being included in the conference proceedings as well as other relevant SIPR media and communications, including (but not limited to) the SIPR website and SIPR Annual Report.

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