Leeds LS2 9JT
It features a two-day programme of roundtable discussions between academics, practitioners and attendees on the broad topics of technologies of crime, justice and security. Technologies not only assist and enable criminal activity (the internet, lock picking, surveillance and transport) but also help the policing mission (body cameras, CCTV, monitoring devices, crime data, GIS mapping, and more).
The event brings together more than 20 leading European academics and practitioners with diverse backgrounds, ranging from Sociology and Law to Economics and Computer Science.
The conference will begin with opening remarks by the Head of School Prof. Alastair Mullis, the Head of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies (CCJS), Prof. Louise Ellison, and the conference co-organiser Prof. David Wall
Full details of the programme can be found here: http://www.law.leeds.ac.uk/events/2018/technologies-of-crime-justice-and-security-conference
To register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/technologies-of-crime-justice-and-security-registration-41137031970
This is a free event but registration is required – you can register for one or both days if you wish.