Police and Community in Scotland - Past, Present and Future Workshop
7th March 2014
This workshop aimed to evaluate the different models that have characterised the relationship between police and communities in Scotland. It brought together police researchers, practitioners, historians, archivists and curators to discuss how past and present can be brought together for future benefit. In what ways can we learn from the past? How have communities changed in Scotland, and what does this mean for policing? What are the current challenges for local policing? How might police history be used to build links with local communities?
Powerpoints from this event are shown below.
- Neil Davidson, Louise Jackson, Richard Sparks, Davie Smale (University of Edinburgh): Historical perspectives: the relationship between police and community in twentieth-century Scotland
PowerPoint Presentation... [1.5 Mb]
Podcast [64 minutes, 21.9Mb]
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- Police records, family and community history PANEL
Alice Stewart (Records Manager, Police Scotland) - PowerPoint Presentation... [2.1 Mb]
Alice Stewart (Records Manager, Police Scotland) - Podcast [24 minutes, 8.3Mb]
Colin Waller (Highland Archives) - PowerPoint Presentation... [13.7 Mb]
Colin Waller (Highland Archives) - Podcast [21 minutes, 7.2Mb]
Alastair Dinsmor (Glasgow Police Museum) - Podcast [17 minutes, 6.1]
- Nick Fyfe (Director, SIPR): Final reflections on the day
Podcast [7 minutes, 2.5Mb]
This workshop was jointly organised and funded by SIPR and the University of Edinburgh.
For further details, please contact the Business and Knowledge Transfer Manager, Tim Heilbronn (firstname.lastname@example.org)