Policing’s Edge Roundtable Discussion

The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR) in partnership with the Evolving Securities Initiative, Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University are holding an informal roundtable discussion entitled Policing’s Edge. The aim of the roundtable is to showcase the work of scholars undertaking innovative research which engages with existing and emerging security challenges in the 21st Century.

The seminar will take place in Lilybank House’s Seminar Room. Please see University of Glasgow map for more details (Location D9)

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PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

12:45  Lunch

13:30  Welcome from Dr Sarah Armstrong, SCCJR Director

Chair:   Dr Colin Atkinson

13:45   Prof Clifford Shearing, Griffith University: New harmscapes and the challenges to policing  

Prof Gloria Laycock OBE, University College London: The developing interface between police and academics in the face of future crime trends

Dr Sophie Nakueira, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology: Plural Policing in a humanitarian setting: A case study of Nakivale Refugee Settlement

Dr Dan Birks, University of Leeds: Data science and policing

15:15   Break

15:30  Prof Scott Burris, Temple University: Policing at the edge (and sometimes in the middle) of public health

Dr Anna Souhami, University of Edinburgh: Policing at the edge of the world: the challenges of remote islands for police scholarship

Prof Adam Crawford, University of Leeds: TBA

Dr Julie Berg, University of Glasgow: Democratic policing of the polycrisis

17:00    End

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