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Reflections on the CEBCP International Summer School

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By Katie Gambier-Ross and Kate Thomson In June 2018, nine PhD students attended the SIPR – Centre for Evidence Based Crime Policy International Policing Scholar Summer School (IPSSS) at George Mason University in Virginia, USA. Eight of us are currently … Continue reading

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Partnering to Enable Evidence-Based Practices in Policing

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By Richard Cockbain, PG Research, University of Dundee / Police Scotland   On 31st May 2018 Queen Margaret University hosted a Knowledge Exchange Event entitled ‘Partnering to Enable Evidence-Based Practices in Policing’. The event was attended by an audience drawn … Continue reading

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International policing ‘best practice’: learning lessons, transferring knowledge and developing guiding principles

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Written by Dr Georgina Sinclair, SIPR Associate ‘Mission Challenges, Lessons Learned and Guiding Principles; Policing with Communities in FCAS’. Workshop hosted by the Guarda Nacional Republicana (GNR) in Lisbon, Portugal 2017 (photo © GNR) This collection of essays can be … Continue reading

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The SIPR Summer School: Impressions from a researcher at the margins of policing

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Scotland’s first “International Graduate Summer School for Policing Scholarship” was recently hosted by SIPR and the Center for Evidence Based Crime Policy at George Mason University, Washington, at the University of St Andrews. This training school, which ran over four … Continue reading

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‘You’ve just got to deal with it as best you can’ : Policing in mental health emergency

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By: Tara Fenwick Professor of Education and Director of ProPEL, University of Stirling. Mental health emergency typically involves both police and paramedics. They often work together in tandem at the scene, then later with hospital admissions staff, psychiatric nurses and … Continue reading

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