Policing Futures: Contexts, Practices and Debates
Wednesday 7 June 2017
Liberty Building, University of Leeds
A one-day postgraduate research (PGR) conference hosted by the University of Leeds School of Law and supported by the British Sociological Association (BSA), White Rose Doctoral Training Centre’s Security, Conflict and Justice Pathway, and the N8 Policing Research Partnership. The conference will facilitate a vibrant and constructive forum in which postgraduate researchers are encouraged to present their research on the developing contexts, practices and debates inherent within contemporary policing. The format is particularly suited to presenting research in progress, and for developing new and existing networks between postgraduate researchers within the broader policing field. The conference will also feature contributions from a number of established scholars, including a keynote address from Dr Ben Bradford (University of Oxford).
Further details about the conference, including a full programme and booking are available here.
Conference Costs: BSA Members £10; British Society of Criminology (BSC) Members £10 (BSC members will need to contact Sandria Charambolous at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the reduced fee); Non-BSA Members £25. Lunch will be provided.
Travel Bursaries: a small number of travel bursaries are available subject to application and distance travelled. Please email the organisers for more information on bursaries. Note: application does not guarantee bursary.
To book your place, please click HERE.
Organising Committee Contact Information:
- Ashley Kilgallon E: email@example.com
- Jennifer Healy E: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sean Butcher E: email@example.com