BSC Policing Network
The Policing Network has its own website: http://bscpolicingnetwork.wordpress.com
Inappropriate Adults? The potential risks arising from the revised Codes of Practice, by Vicky Thirlaway.
The core aims of the Policing Network are to:
- advance understanding of policing studies;
- provide an arena for information exchange, critical analysis and debate across the research, policy and practice communities – nationally and internationally.
To achieve these aims the Network will engage in activities that include:
- organising and hosting conferences, seminars and symposia;
- disseminating information through its JISCmail list and via scholarly publications;
- responding to policy consultations and/or requests for information.
Louise Westmarland (Chair) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew Jones (Deputy Chair) – email@example.com
Karen Bullock (Postgraduate Coordinator) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Grace (Blog Recruiter) – email@example.com
Charlotte Harris (BSC Link) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Stuart Lister (Policing Journal Link Contact) – email@example.com
Layla Skinns (Prizes) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew Bacon (BSC Conference Liaison) – M.Bacon@sheffield.ac.uk
Ross Deuchar – Ross.Deuchar@uws.ac.uk
Tara Lai Quinlan (3rd Sector link) – email@example.com
Adam White – firstname.lastname@example.org
Marisa Silvestri (Contact Database Coordinator) – email@example.com
For details of two BSC Policing Network prizes please see the Prizes page
Serious Organised Crime and a View from Inside the NCA
Friday, November 2, 2018 10:00 – 16:00
The Open University, Milton Keynes.
Maps and Directions: http://www.open.ac.uk/about/estates/travel-advice/directions-walton-hall-campus#
Supported by The British Society of Criminology’s Policing Network and The Open University’s HERC/PaRNeT
This exciting one day conference will explore the way serious organisedcrime is being tackled at various different levels from the local to the global. Papers and presentations will cover a variety of diverse and interesting types of crime and policing responses.
We are pleased to announce our conference keynote speaker will be a senior member of the National Crime Agency with operational experience
Dr Anna Sergi (University of Essex)
Dr Adam Edwards (Cardiff University)
Dr Sarah Hutton (The Open University)
Detective Chief Inspector Darran Hill, (Specialist Operations, Thames Valley Police)
(Further speakers and titles of contributions will be confirmed in due course)
Convenors: Louise Westmarland, Professor of Criminology, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and Steve Conway, Lecturer in Policing Organisation and Practice, Faculty of Business & Law, e-mail: email@example.com
Future events are announced in the bi-monthly bulletin.
Evidence-Based Policing – Research Showcase 2017
The British Society of Criminology Policing Network and the College of Policing hosted another Research Showcase as part of the College’s High Potential Development Scheme (a five-year training programme designed to equip middle-rank officers for the senior ranks). In the showcase, policing scholars had the opportunity to present their empirical research directly to approximately 65 serving officers (and fellow academics). The session took place at the College of Policing site in Ryton, Coventry. It included lunch, a two hour ‘walkabout session’ in which officers asked questions at each presenter’s stand, and coffee.
Evidence-Based Policing – Research Showcase 2016
Following the success of the May 2015 event, The British Society of Criminology Policing Network and the College of Policing hosted another research showcase (11 May 2016) as part of the High Potential Development Scheme (a five-year training programme designed to equip middle-rank officers for the senior ranks). In the showcase, policing scholars had the opportunity to present their empirical research directly to approximately 50 serving officers (and fellow academics), in the process contributing to the evidence-based policing agenda. The session took place at the College of Policing site in Sunningdale Park. It included lunch, a two hour ‘walkabout session’ in which officers could ask questions at each presenter’s stand, and coffee.
Joining and staying in touch
Please visit our website for more on us and policing, to read the blog and to join the network: http://bscpolicingnetwork.com
Contact the Network
Policing Network Chair, Dr Louise Westmarland (Chair) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Websites of interest
UK Police Force websites – https://www.police.uk/contact/force-websites/
Policy and legislation – https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/policing