2013 Police Research and Science conference now open for registrations

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07 May 2013

The economic crisis and financial constraints have deep and far reaching consequences for living standards and cohesion of societies and by that also affected policing in many states. Additional challenges for the police services have come up with the new media and their wide range of implications on everyday policing, criminality and major events. Use of powers, police accountability and legitimacy being sensitive indicators for quality of democracies and governance in general these questions under the new conditions have to be analysed even more carefully. With this focus the conference tries to collect and present current results of police theory and research and assess the impact on policing strategies.

The three-day conference is open to police researchers, scientists, practitioners and educators. The conference will offer many opportunities for networking and exchanges of information, as well as giving participants the chance to showcase their own projects in an informal setting. Speakers include police science and research experts from across Europe, as well as representatives of European Union agencies and non governmental organisations.

Read more about the 2013 conference in the
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Conference Attendance

CEPOL participants have to register via their CEPOL NCPs.

Participants, who are not members of the CEPOL network are kindly asked to register their attendance directly to the conference organiser. Please complete the
registration form and return it to

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by 15 July 2013, stating your package preference.

If you are opting for "conference only", you must also make a separate hotel reservation!

Early registration is strongly recommended to secure your place!

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