What's New - 1st November 2019

The House of Commons Transport Committee has published a report entitled; 'Road Safety: Driving While Using a Mobile Phone: Government Response to the Committee’s Twelfth Report of Session 2017–19', which has been commented on by the Transport Committee (TC) and the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) Lead for Road Safety. See Latest Reports

The British Consulate General in Melbourne has published an article on 'The Changing Role of Technology in a Digital World.' Read more

The Information Commissioner (IC) has posted a blog entitled; 'Live facial recognition technology – police forces need to slow down and justify its use' which has been reported on by Police Professional (Online) and UKAuthority (UKA). Read more

The Bristish Society of Criminology (BSC) has posted a blog by Dr David Churchill and Dr Henry Yeomans, University of Leeds and Dr Paul Lawrence, Open University entitled; 'The Uses of Historical Criminology.' Read more

The House of Commons Library has published a Commons Debate Pack on the 'Prevention of Retail Crime.' Read more

Third Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)-Wide Seminar on Passenger Data Exchange has taken place (31st October & 1st November 2019) in Vienna on 'how to counter the risks posed by returned foreign terrorist fighters.' Read more

PolicingInsight (Online) has published an article by Dr Lee J. Curley, Open University and Dr James Munro, Edinburgh Napier University on the impact of bias on forensic evidence and 'the role psychology can play in understanding it.' Read more

Transform Justice (TJ) has posted a blog entitled; 'Digital court reform: the risks of user testing.' Read more

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