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Citizen Forensics
Exploring technologies to improve how citizens and the police work together to keep the world safe
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Danny Shaw Oct 15
BREAKING: There's been a ten per cent rise in hate crimes recorded by police in England and Wales. figures show there were 103,379 offences in 2018-19 - a record number. Race hate crimes accounted for 3/4 of offences, 78,991, a rise of 11% on the year before.
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Citizen Forensics Oct 9
Where there is a service/product/system, there is an evaluation and quality control. Deputy Director General (Operations) Jonathan Green shared insights on how the Independent Office of Police Conduct works.
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Bashar Nuseibeh Oct 9
has framed a many of our research activities, from our Social Lift evidence collection tool () to our project engaging communities with policing. Also very proud of working hard on his OU PhD
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Citizen Forensics Oct 9
Prof. Bart Rienties, , showed his research on learning analytics/evaluation: which learning method is better than others? How can we know people are really learning from training/module/incident?
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Arosha Bandara Oct 9
Enjoying attending today, where we are also presenting a poster on our project, investigating ways of enhancing citizen-police collaborations. Full poster:
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Citizen Forensics Oct 9
It's very interesting to hear the claim from Professor Laurence Alison (University of Liverpool), there is no problem with the communication between the police and the public, the problem is no one would like to take the responsibility of decision making.
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Citizen Forensics Oct 9
Dame Stella Manzie gave six tips on how to prevent the decline in an organisation, either police force, or council, or social care provider. How can we control the quality of policing performance?
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Citizen Forensics Oct 9
Martin Hewitt , Chair of NPCC , is starting the first talk of the Annual Conference of the Centre for Policing Research and Learning at the Open University.
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Citizen Forensics Oct 1
Safety Vs Privacy
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Big Brother Watch Oct 1
It's a good day for privacy! 💻 Storing non-essential cookies requires your active consent, not pre-ticked boxes, says European Court of Justice:
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Citizen Forensics Sep 13
Come to play our toolkits and share your experience with the police, plus £10 rewards.
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Citizen Forensics Sep 7
How accurate is the E-Fit image of a 'person of interest' in a police inquiry?
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Metropolitan Police Sep 6
A set of identical triplets has been after detectives analysed DNA and identified that they had been in possession of a firearm, intending to pass it to a dangerous criminal.  how our forensic analysis of firearms has progressed 🔎 Read 👉
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Citizen Forensics Sep 6
Share you thought and get rewards! Join our citizen forensics focus group study at the Open University MK7 6AA
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Metropolitan Police Sep 6
Your dash cam footage helps us tackle dangerous driving. shocking footage of a car driving down the pavement ❌ The driver got 6 points and a fine. If you have footage of an incident, please upload it to ➡️ Help us make London's roads safer.
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Citizen Forensics Sep 5
You still have time to take part in our criminal psychology experiment online via
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Citizen Forensics Sep 4
Digital Forensics on site works.
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Thames Valley PCC Aug 30
Our Emotional Support Service is looking for to provide emotional and practical support to victims of crime across the . If you would like to help those who have been affected by crime, please visit the website at
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Citizen Forensics Sep 3
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PCSO Dave Bunker May 29
Replying to @G0NDV
When we conduct speed checks we will always be in full uniform & will never be hiding "under/behind" trees. Photos shown of typical locations - good unobstructed view for/of the officer, safe location to stop vehicle etc. Frequently there will be a marked police vehicle close by.
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