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An International Symposium on Policing Education and Evidence-based Practice. How can the UK benefit from insights from other countries and cognate professions?

Following this 2018 event, a special edition journal has been published which explores developing and evaluating graduate police training.

On Wednesday 27 June 2018, Birkbeck hosted an International Symposium on Evidence-Based Policing. Speakers discussed ways in which the UK could learn from other professions and contexts in order to prepare for significant changes in the UK policing training landscape.

If you were unable to attend this year’s symposium  or would like to view the speakers’ slides again, please use the link below:

  1. What evidence is there that graduate police officers will do a good job? - Jennifer Brown (presentation .pdf)
  2. What qualities graduate police trainees bring to the table? Considering the individual - David Gamblin (presentation .pdf)
  3. Are UK forces graduate friendly? How evidence ready are they? - Tiggey May and Gill Hunter (presentation .pdf)
  4. Conceptions of evidence based policing: The US perspective. - Cody Telep (presentation .pdf)
  5. The place of evidence based practice in UK medical care - Norma O’Flynn (presentation .pdf)
  6. World Cafe Summary (presentation .pdf)
  7. Police officers’ views of evidence-based policing in England: reflections on working in partnership - Karen Lumsden (presentation .pdf)

Further Reading

Interview with Dr Cody Telep, Assistant Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University

 
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