How responsive should policing be to community priorities and concerns?
12th February 2009
Organised by ESRC/The Police Foundation the Scottish Institute for Policing Research and Universities' Police Science Institute, Cardiff University.
'What is policing for? Examining the impact and implications of contemporary policing intervention A report of the series of Public Policy Seminars organised by the ESRC in collaboration with SIPR, The Police Foundation, and the Universities' Police Science Institute
Programme and Presentations
- Welcome/ Introduction
Chair: Dr Timothy Brain, Chief Constable, Gloucestershire Police
Introduction John Graham, Director, The Police Foundation
- Policing Communities: is it about doing what 'the public' want?
Dr Janet Foster, The Police Foundation
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- How responsive should policing be to community priorities?
Professor Nigel Fielding, Surrey University
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- How responsive should policing be to community priorities and concerns?
Ms Jane Pascoe, Citizen Focus Delivery Manager, The National Policing Improvement Agency
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- Tackling the crime and anti-social behaviour issues that matter locally.
Samantha Leahy-Harland, Home Office
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