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Dr Liz Aston
Director , Associate Professor Criminology Edin Napier Uni. intersections btn ; local policing ; drugs alcohol
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SIPR Dec 12
Join us for SIPR & joint event on 'Approaches to Policing Drugs' with ACC Gary Ritchie (Police Scotland) & DCI Jason Kew (Thames Valley Police). 10am 16 Jan 2020 at ENU Merchiston Details & registration
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Dr Liz Aston Dec 12
Replying to @TheSIPR @DRNScot and 4 others
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Dr Andrew Wooff Dec 10
Delighted and proud to see present his PhD research on legitimacy on social media.
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Pamela Ritchie Dec 10
2nd presentation for the afternoon's session "Trust and Transparency in Online State Surveillance: findings from comparative research with , and Dr. Anna Leppänen discussing their research - Eyes online Project
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Jon Harris Dec 10
It seems so simple, have a public debate from the start, rather than have to have difficult conversations later on which are needed to defend or apologise for new technology which have been misunderstood. An area we can certainly improve
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SIPR Dec 10
Workshops 2 underway at 1. Cybersecurity; 2. Ethics and the state of surveillance on-line; and 3. Big data and ethical challenges of predictive policing
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Megan O'Neill Dec 10
at outlines the changes that the age has brought to and emphasises the duty to keep young people safe in this rapidly changing field.
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Richard C Dec 10
A great day at the International Policing Conference with many great speakers and discussions. The Inaugural Professor Nick Fyfe lecture from Dr Kat Hadjimatheou was a fitting finale - really interesting and thought provoking.
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Cyan Forensics Dec 10
Enjoying giving the James Smart Memorial Lecture at . A great advocate for creating a culture that allows innovation to thrive in policing.
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SIPR Dec 9
Our final presentation for today from which discussed the value placed on 'on-the-job learning' and the lack of appetite in Scotland for a degree entry route into Policing
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SIPR Dec 10
introducing the inaugural Professor Nick Fyfe Lecture "...his collaborative approach has been an inspiration to many and as SIPR’s founding director we owe a lot to him"
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Dr Liz Aston Dec 10
great presentation on calls for accountability before & ethical framework, evaluations continuing invited speaker from Belgium
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Penny Haddrill Dec 10
The final presentation in the first session of is The 47th James Smart Memorial Lecture, delivered by on ‘Policing Without Fear or Favour—Is It Enough in the Digital Age?’.
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Dr Liz Aston Dec 10
compliments the conference focus on ethical challenges of &
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SIPR Dec 10
has kicked off. Our wonderful delegates, organisers and speakers have braved the Edinburgh weather for what's sure to be an informative and exciting conference
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Dr Liz Aston Dec 9
Congrats all great quality presentations & posters. Thanks Monica for organising Katerina for expert panel thanks for sponsoring prizes
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Megan O'Neill Dec 9
At Postgraduate Conference, encourages PhD researchers to support and encourage each other, and opens a great day of innovative research.
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Megan O'Neill Dec 8
Ahead of this week's conference, discusses the need for updated legislation for policing in the digital age and I reflect on findings from about building public trust in online state surveillance through enhanced transparency.
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Kirsten Horsburgh Dec 6
'Choose Life: Edinburgh's battle against AIDS' A must see documentary to better understand the HIV outbreak in the 1980s
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Alex Stevens Dec 5
'Depenalisation, diversion and decriminalisation': our realist review of alternatives to criminalisation for drug possession now out in European Journal of Criminology, with co-authors & Rebecca Cassidy of (£0)
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