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greg fell FFPH Oct 23
Why go to conferences when someone summarises them Fabulous thread on a preventive approach to violent crime From a fabulous public health professional Cc
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Matt Torigian 1 Jun 19
Proud to join this great team and Canadian Journal with its growing international reach
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Edinburgh Napier University Oct 21
The @LEPH2019 conference is officially underway and is delighted to host this year's edition! More information about today's line-up and what the conference is all about👉
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Lib Peck Oct 21
Really positive to share ideas and catch up with friends and colleagues in Edinburgh today @clare_dhami & Welsh VRU. An inspiring but all too short trip.
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Dr Melissa Jardine Oct 25
Looking forward to co-authoring a multi-country paper on police culture with new friend 🎉🎉🎉 @LEPH2019 🤗🤗🤗
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Chief Nishan Duraiappah Oct 21
Here in Scotland at the Int’l @LEPH2019 sharing Canada’s efforts in & using technology! Co-presented w/thought leaders
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Linda Hindle 💙 Oct 23
‘I don’t work with organisations, I work with fantastic committed people’ talking about the importance of relationships
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Mark Collins Oct 21
One of the first speakers up at @LEPH2019 is providing the audience with a great update on the important work that’s going on across Wales on Early Action Together ACE initiative by working with partners.
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EdinburghPolice Oct 24
We presented our innovative partnership project with Rania Hamed from about launching restorative justice for in . Focusing on a public health approach to reducing harm caused, working in collaboration with &
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Alex Thomson Oct 22
Good to hear opening day 2 of @LEPH2019 on policing & mental health, and highlighting + 's session later today. To understand the impact of displacing MH need to the criminal justice system we have to platform those it was done to
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Roz Warden Oct 20
En route to @LEPH2019 with and . Looking forward to presenting research findings on asset- and strengths-based approaches to community involvement
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Matt Jukes Oct 21
Grateful for opportunity to share 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 experiences @LEPH2019 Response to input suggests many shared challenges BUT accelerating focus worldwide on breaking cycle of Also clear, recognising has made us more effective in achieving justice for victims
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Miriam Krinsky Oct 21
We have much to learn from common challenges of those around the globe grappling w/how we move away from criminalizing and marginalizing those in our community struggling with substance use disorder. TY to ⁩ ⁦⁩ & others at
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Yasmeen Krameddine Oct 24
An amazing conference full of intelligent & wholehearted people. Goodbye friends and we will see you in Philadelphia @LEPH2019 @DrIandeTerte @larissanapier7
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Chief Insp Jack Rowlands Oct 21
The bearded genius about to give a presentation at about police led diversion programmes.
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Dr Jennifer Murray Oct 23
The closing session for An excellent conference and supportive, engaged community. Well done to the organisers, with a particular congratulations to colleagues
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Talk To Me Oct 21
“You can’t look after the well-being of the public if we’re not also looking after the well being of each other.” Chief Constable Livingston on the importance of police officer at @LEPH2019 .
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Jeff Thompson, Ph.D. Oct 21
Proud to share info on the Law Enforcement Psychological Autopsy and how it was based on research: & @LEPH2019
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Will Linden Oct 23
Come and listen to callum today at lunchtime today you will not regret it. A very real story of change and hope
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VRU Oct 20
Excited to be part of this years @LEPH2019 Edinburgh Conference 👇🏻 Join Niven Rennie, Will Linden, VRU London & for tomorrows 12.05 convened session Violence is preventable – not inevitable 👉🏻
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