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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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Proximity interpreting: day-to-day policing and delivering access for deaf citizens

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 By: Robert Skinner (Heriot-Watt University) The objective for this PhD study, funded by the Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities (SGSAH), was not only to ask questions about how the police can appropriately serve deaf people, whose preferred language … Continue reading

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Evidence-based policing…use our data responsibly!

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By David Hamilton, Scottish Police Federation   In recent years, the contribution to policing practice and policy by academia in Scotland has become better recognised and actively encouraged. Now terms such as ‘evidence based policing’ are common place, understood and being … Continue reading

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Good practice based in good evidence needs good implementation

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Written by Professor Betsy Stanko*, Head, Evidence and Insight, Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime, London Successful implementation of new ideas and of using evidence-based findings often confront ‘traditional’ approaches to the ‘way we do things around here’.  We don’t … Continue reading

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