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The Business School, Edinburgh Napier University Jun 2
Lockdown and an unseen challenge: domestic abuse Dr Richard Whitecross writes on a challenge
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Dr. Katy Kamkar 20 Jun 18
How kind of you @LEPH2018 ! So much appreciated! Very much looking forward to the fabulous conference in Toronto!
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Revolving Doors Oct 21
This week our and are in Edinburgh hearing about collaborative leadership at the International Law Enforcement & Public Health Conference @LEPH2019. Looking forward to hearing about how police & public health partnerships can work in practice
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Jeff Thompson, Ph.D. 13 Feb 19
Replying to @AusFedPolice
I’ll be there and really looking forward to it, especially since I missed last years. @LEPH2019
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Scot Gov Health & Justice Collaboration Oct 1
@LEPH2019 conference is fast approaching! Get yourself signed up to these satellite events taking place on 18th and 19th October.
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Isa BartkowiakThéron Jul 13
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Dr Melissa Jardine Aug 12
Replying to @JHRural @ACRRM and 5 others
Domestic violence is a key theme at 5th Law Enforcement & Public Health Conference in Oct as well as a 2 day pre-conference Consultation. Input welcome 🙏 With international experts connecting workforces @LEPH2019
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Dr Melissa Jardine Oct 21
Senior Strategist, Auke van Dijk, Police of the Netherlands. in the Global South @LEPH2019
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Nadine Dougall Sep 7
might want to follow as well as . plans to host twitter chats over the next year, but after @LEPH2019 has been delivered! 👌🏼
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Miriam Krinsky Oct 21
1/2: Honored to discuss the role of prosecutors in advancing & other public health strategies worldwide at conference . Together, we can change the narrative on drug use & work to reverse the harms inflicted by punitive criminal justice systems.
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Dr Melissa Jardine Jun 26
This is excellent . Shannon Cosgrove gave an excellent Plenary presentation on Cure Violence at the 4th Conference in Toronto in 2018. This work is strongly supported by
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Nadine Dougall 8 Nov 18
Some of our policing & public health work, along with epidemiology & literature reviews. Laying the groundwork for evidence based work Presented at @LEPH2018
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Dr Katrina Sanders 12 Feb 19
conference 2018 best I’ve ever attended! Hope 2b @LEPH2019 2 present great work continue 2 do in health & wellbeing
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Dan Jones Dec 15
We need to change the conversation address root causes and be human centered in our approaches. Reduce incarceration through compassion @LEPH2019
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Gavin Stephens Jan 27
Big thank you to for helping with some research about reducing reoffending - wonderful proactive team - give them a follow
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Nadine Dougall 7 Feb 19
Some of our recent work
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Norm Taylor Oct 12
Looking fwd to hosting/chairing two major segments as EIC featuring Canadian & US experiences in mobilizing & adopting collaborative approaches for Community Safety & Well-being. And, to being back in Scotland!!
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Gavin Stephens Jan 13
Been looking through past journal editions online, but can’t find the article - can any colleagues help me out?
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Dr Melissa Jardine 7 Apr 19
What about ? Possibly world’s cheapest beer... We could do a assessment of the nighttime economy.... 🧐🤓😝
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ACC John Hawkins 2 Mar 19
Really interesting paper! Understanding and responding to is one of the biggest challenges facing public services in the UK today - we really need more work like this! Thanks for sharing
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