Workshop 3

Policy Transfer in Policing: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

The third project workshop was held St. Leonard’s Hall, The University of Edinburgh on the 4th of December 2012. Below you will find the podcasts and presentations from the speakers.

Welcome and Opening Comments

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Session 1 Chair: Dr Anja Johansen

  • Björn Furuhagen (Uppsala University, Sweden):

The development of the Scandinavian police during the 19th and 20th centuries: Transference, adaptation and cooperation

Presentation

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  • Jarrett Blaustein (University of Edinburgh):

Policy translations for police reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Presentation

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Session One Discussion

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Session 2 Chair: Dr Murray Frame

  • Georgina Sinclair (International Centre for Crime, Policing and Justice, Open University):

The Internationalisation of UK Policing 1945 – 1969

Presentation

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  • Liam O’Shea (University of St Andrews):

Apolitical, ahistorical, and overly technical – why does international police aid frequently fail to improve police performance in developing countries? In which contexts can it?

Presentation

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Session Two Discussion