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Stay tuned for the 6th International Conference on Law Enforcement & Public Health, Philadelphia March/April 2021. welcome 😁
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Tom Cockcroft Dec 8
I have a book coming out in March 2020 on police culture. The perfect Easter present for those important people in your life, etc.
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Jenny Fleming Dec 13
Absolutely delighted to welcome Dr Claire Davis to Policing and Society as our new Book Editor! Claire replaces Matthew Bacon who after 5 years has decided to hand over the baton. Thanks heaps to Matthew and all your hard work - Welcome Claire!
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Jenny Fleming Dec 13
Welcome Matthew Bacon to the Editorial Board of Policing and Society - hope you don't think it will be less work!!
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Jenny Fleming Dec 13
Ethnography and the Evocative World of Policing is the first part of Policing & Society's two volume ethnography collection - January 2020. Thanks to , Bethan Loftus & Michael Rowe for editing these fabulous issues!
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Isa BartkowiakThéron Dec 13
Had a really interesting conversation with on everything and yesterday at . Nuanced chat & very supportive of everyone's /each other's work. Great to see fellow scholars. Wish we could talk more often!
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SIPR Dec 12
The SIPR Evidence & Investigation Network will host 'Cross – disciplinary evidence interpretation: breaking down the barriers' - an event involving key note speakers & round table discussions 13 Jan 2020 at ENU Sighthill Further details & registration at
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Pamela Ritchie Dec 13
Delighted to be co-hosting this event with . If you are a professional within the realms of Forensic and/or Decision Science, and other partner agencies, please see the event listed below.
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The Loop Australia 20h
Great to hear with harm reduction messaging 🙌
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Lewis Mayling 14h
This is absolutely what policing should be. There are times when the police have to protect people from others & times when they use force but we don’t need to be adversarial. People should be better off for encounters with us, whatever the reason that brought them into contact
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Alyce McGovern 16h
Finally catching up on the aftershow. Totally agree with ’s take on police producing media content. It’s something I’ve written about quite a lot in my research. Police are now media outlets in their own right and there is often a PR agenda.
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Corey Allen 11h
Well worth the time to have a conversation with a young person when they are in custody or any interaction with the police really. The timing and nature of the conversation is potentially the moment to make a change. Well done.
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Miriam Krinsky Dec 13
Prosecutors "can take away someone’s liberty...[&] ...send people to the jail where they could sit in metal cells for months on end....But...many...go their whole career without ever setting foot in the place where they're sending people."
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Dr. Katy Kamkar 11h
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Dr. Katy Kamkar 11h
At Toronto Police HQ, Vibrant Hello from Engaging session on building our mental health journey, healthy sense of self, resiliency, proactive & health coping strategies
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UWE Public Health Dec 12
A very festive pot luck lunch here . Our spirits will not be dampened by the weather or today's other events! We wish you all a well-deserved and relaxing break, and we look forward to welcoming you back in 2020 🎆 Merry Christmas to all! 🎄 🎅
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NivenR_VRU Dec 12
This is so sad and has awoken many bad memories for me of my time at boarding school - the barbarity, senseless punishment, solitude - I’m not sure how grateful I am but these are feelings I should have addressed years ago
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Karyn McCluskey Dec 12
For all the recovery heroes I know. This was for you. I call on you often and you never fail to turn up. I salute you. Coming up to Xmas your support will be needed more than ever.
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ProfDeniseMartin Dec 12
This is a lovely story so poignant, made me think of my neighbour Joan, when I was doing my PhD in London we became friends she was 80, I was in my late 20s, we took care of each other, don't let others be lonely at Christmas
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Superintendent Gordon McCreadie Dec 12
Great to meet from the to discuss developing Divisions Improvement Plan and how we include officers and staff in the development and implementation processes.
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Jason Kew Dec 12
Replying to @NannaWG
Today has just become even more amazing, recognised with other officers for my work on harm reduction by the wonderful and The Danish Street Lawyers Providing a voice for those most marginalised🙏
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