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LEPH2019 Oct 21
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Hamish MacLean Oct 23
Really looking forward to presenting my work supporting young people in Polmont at today
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iMraN™ Jun 10
I must post my Eid photos.
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Leanne Savigar Oct 23
The 'Road Safety' panel now in full swing...
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LEPH2019 Oct 23
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Nadine Dougall Feb 7
Some of our recent work
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Janine Ewen Dec 4
At the Scottish International Policing Conference today. Looking forward to catching up with the crew!
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SCLEPH Nov 6
Delighted to be keeping the momentum going after . Fantastic meeting with So many committed, talented change agents in one room with so many ideas that 2 hours became 4 hours!
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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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CIT International Oct 25
Dr. Amy Watson, CIT International Treasurer, facilitates a distinguished panel of international researchers discussing models and mechanisms supporting LE & MH partnerships during a major session at the 2019 LEPH Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Isa BartkowiakThéron Nov 6
Delighted and honoured to be invited to have a chat with on on Monday. Thank you! Really looking forward to Monday morning, which will be heaps of fun despite the
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SCLEPH Oct 23
Great thread here. Trauma, prisons and five nations work 👇
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Dr Melissa Jardine Oct 21
Senior Strategist, Auke van Dijk, Police of the Netherlands. in the Global South
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Alex Workman Oct 23
Make sure you check out my amazing friends work today guys 🙏🙏🙏🙏
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Serenity Nov 6
How do we apply in a Scottish context Manira? So much conversation about and admiration for Wigan approach. How do we create the capacity for change?
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Saket Priyadarshi Oct 21
Replying to @saket_sanju
2/2 Key seems to be role of “Navigators” described as below- non police staff employed to support offenders wrt underlying probs (mental health, alcohol and drug problems) are key. Note relationships and trust at top, psychologically informed service
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Isa BartkowiakThéron Oct 27
Heading to my first meeting post-, so I want to say how grateful I am for the conf, delegates, conversations with friends old & new. I have lots to tell my team, lots to think about. Our project will thrive thanks to it all.
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DCC Malcolm Graham Feb 8
Looks really interesting, very keen to be involved
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Saket Priyadarshi Oct 21
heroin use, homelessness, 50+ offences. Then someone in Durham police asked him root causes- Child sexual abuse, more trauma in later life- and built a therapeutic relationship. Now-illicit drug free, treatment and wider supports. Powerful case studies from Checkpoint.
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OrlandoHM Nov 7
The collective leadership approach is a brilliant way of working together with people in complex systems, and "making the invisible visible". We can't just do more of the same and expect different outcomes - we have to work differently.
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