CEPOL Police Science Conference 2009

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02 October 2009

18-20 November 2009, Badhoevedorp (near Amsterdam), The Netherlands

Within the frame of the CEPOL Annual Programme 2009, The Netherlands with the support of Austria, Germany and the CEPOL RSWG will be organising the Police Science Conference from 18 – 20 November 2009 in Badhoevedorp (Amsterdam), the Netherlands.

The Police Science Conference 2009 will deal with the topic of ‘Future Policing in Europe: a Shared Agenda for Research’. The topic will be approached from both an academic and a practical angle. Key-note speakers will provide qualified input, whereas working groups, poster sessions and mini-seminars will give participants the opportunity to present and discuss experience and data.

The target group of participants includes:

  • Representatives from Police Academies / Colleges;
  • Academics from universities and research institutions;
  • Senior Police Officers engaged in police practice, science, research, training and transfer of scientific knowledge into police practice;
  • National CEPOL Research and Science Correspondents.

More information on the conference can be find in the CEPOL 'Calendar of Events' on this website.

There are still some vacant places available for the Police Science Conference. If you are interested, please contact your CEPOL National Contact Point (NCP) for more information. Nominations for the conference can only be made by your NCP. It is possible to send in nominations until 12 October 2009.


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