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Megan O'Neill
Reader at Univ of Dundee and Assoc Director . Policing, police culture, community policing, surveillance, stop&search. Leads . WG1
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SIPR 5h
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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POLSTOP 2h
“Observing police stops” by Mike Rowe, Liverpool University (UK) – Pol.Stops - beginning an open blog to discuss police practices in the use of powers to top citizens.... comments welcome.
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POLSTOP 2h
Country Overviews of Police Stops - a summary of powers and their scrutiny across a number of European states.
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Marion Oswald Dec 11
Looking forward to speaking later at today's Policing Digital Futures stakeholder event with my thoughts on data ethics & law, and experience chairing the West Midlands Police data ethics committee. Rather impressive venue too!
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Megan O'Neill Dec 10
Fantastic, Jack! Many congratulations! Looking forward to reading it.
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Megan O'Neill Dec 10
At Kat Hadjimayheou explores to pursue offenders outside of state police institutions using technology. Is this a of policing or does it undermine policing in democratic, representative states?
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Alistair Henry Dec 10
Citizen-Led Digital Policing - the inaugural Nick Fyfe lecture by Dr Kat Hadjimatheou at Important and critical issues about participation and democracy
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Eyes Online Project Dec 10
We are delighted to be presenting some of our findings on and in state at . Our sessions explores issues of in state-level use of .
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Megan O'Neill Dec 10
at considers and how it can hold back . Do leaders recruit innovators or people in their own image? It is easy to revert to comfort zones, which will inhibit development. Give voice to junior staff.
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Megan O'Neill Dec 10
At argues that with a single service and close relationships with researchers, Scotland has a unique opportunity to embed ethics and accountability in
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Megan O'Neill Dec 10
at discusses plans in to ensure ethical use of policing technologies, which includes independent consultation with academic and other experts. For example, concerns with will be fully explored before rollout.
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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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Dr Andrew Wooff Dec 10
Tom Halpin on recent Susan Deacon criticism: "the improvement journey that the SPA are on needs to be accelerated, but effective scrutiny is occurring. Has to be visible"
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Megan O'Neill Dec 10
At opens the conference, this year on the ethical challenges of and praises as being a world leader in bringing researchers and policing organisations together.
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Megan O'Neill Dec 9
Can you send me an email, Luis?
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Megan O'Neill Dec 9
Looking forward to seeing you!
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Megan O'Neill Dec 9
At discusses emerging findings from his international comparative research on . 'Craft' knowledge highly valued in Scotland. Craft and academic knowledge equally valued in Sweden and Finland. Highly politically charged in Scot and SWE.
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Megan O'Neill Dec 9
At discusses and in and for officers in . Identifies stigma around having a degree, external learning not valued internally. Education seen as a choice.
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Megan O'Neill Dec 9
Specialist panel discussion with and Katerina Hadjimatheou discussing the importance of research for policing practice. Police may see research as a threat, but it is actually a huge opportunity for practice and ethics.
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Megan O'Neill Dec 9
Luis Reyes from discusses his research into public confidence in the in , Mexico. Examining whether or is more important. Also the role of crime and structural factors in public confidence.
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