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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PRESENTERS
IMPORTANT NOTES
  Presenters in oral sessions, facilitators in Marketplace of Ideas sessions, poster presenters and panellists are listed here.
  Presenter(s) and facilitator(s) are shown in bold. In some instances there may be more than one person shown.
  Co-authors are not bolded.
  Sessions with co-presenters will usually be listed under the name of the person who submitted the session abstract.
  Every effort has been made to provide correct information. This information has mostly been taken from the abstracts
and in some instances complete information was not provided.
  There are three sections to this schedule:
- Oral presentations and panellists: Plenary, Major, Convened, Concurrent & Lunchtime sessions
- Marketplace of Ideas
- Posters
  Changes made to the program or personnel after October 15 may not be accurately reflected in this schedule.
 



ORAL PRESENTATIONS & PANELLISTS:
Plenary, Major, Convened, Concurrent & Lunchtime sessions
FAMILY NAME GIVEN NAME AFFILIATION COUNTRY SESSION TITLE
Abbas
Policek
Noorhan
Nicoletta
University of Cumbria
University of Cumbia
England
England
C17 Technology training: an effective tool to enhance inter-organisational information sharing
Allardyce Stuart Lucy Faithfull Foundation England CV4 Public health approaches to preventing child sexual abuse
Anderson Greg Justice Institute of British Columbia Canada L8 The impact of police officer stress on health and performance: a Canadian perspective
Anderson Sarah University of West Scotland Scotland C14 Rethinking trauma and adverse childhood experiences
Anderson
Koppel
Shefner
Frasso
Evan
Rebecca
Ruth
Rosie
University of Pennsylvania


USA


C8 Police perspectives on police assisted diversions in Philadelphia
Armstrong Sarah University of Glasgow Scotland C23 What can criminologists contribute to understanding health in prison?
Aston Liz Scottish Institute of Policing Research/Edinburgh Napier University Scotland M1 Partnerships and where do we go from here
Bacon Matthew University of Sheffield England C8 Police-led diversion programmes for drug and drug-related offenders in England and Wales
Bartkowiak-Theron Isabelle University of Tasmania Australia M12 Working with police and community stakeholders towards community safety and wellbeing: collaborative processes in Tasmania, Australia
Barton Emma Public Health Wales Wales M7 Understanding the police landscape across Wales in responding to vulnerability
Bates
Anderson
Lyndel
Levi
Griffith University
Griffith University
Australia
Australia
CV8 Young drivers, road policing, deterrence theory and punishment avoidance
Bell Ann Police Scotland Scotland M3 Positive action in recruitment
Bertie Ashley West Midlands Police England CV3 Panellist
Biggs Susan Halton Regional Police Service Canada M8 Case study: Halton Region CSWB Plan
Bonde
Leethen
Glenda
Bartholomew
National FGM Centre
National FGM Centre
England
England
C10 Harmful practices: leaving no one behind using a whole systems approach
Bowman Tony SOLD Network England C20 Neurocognitive disorders: 'Hidden in plain sight' (e'g' epilepsy, fetal alcohol disorder, acquired/traumatic brain injury)
Bowman
Robertson
Tony
Steve
SOLD Network
SOLD Users Group
Scotland
Scotland
C29 Our rights and what works for us
Breen
Casey
Hamilton
Evans
Lynda
Marie
Douglas
Katie
Garda Siochana Analysis Service
Garda Siochana Analysis Service
Public Health
Public Health
Ireland
Ireland
Ireland
Ireland
C3 To assist the Local Authority in Limerick to reduce suicide and suicide attempts in public places
Brown
Semple
Dobson
Sweeting
Hunt
Ashley
Sean
Ruaraidh
Helen
Kate
University of Stirling
University of Stirling
University of Stirling
University of Glasgow
University of Stirling
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C22 Providing evidence to support health improvement in criminal justice settings: a case study of the Tobacco in Prisons study
Brown Sarah Fetal Alcohol Advisory and Support Team Scotland C5 Learned lessons from Scotland's first Fetal Alcohol Assessment and Support Team
Bruce
Young
Caroline
Jennie
NHS Education for Scotland (NES
NHS Education for Scotland (NES)
Scotland
Scotland
CV7 Leading trauma-informed approaches to law enforcement: what and why?
Bunn
Bush
Slinker
Terry
Ashley
Jeremy
University of Kentucky
University of Kentucky
Kentucky State Police
USA
USA
USA
C7 Officer use of force injuries while apprehending individuals under the influence
Burman
Brooks-Hay
Bradley
Michele
Oona
Lisa
University of Glasgow
University of Glasgow
University of Glasgow
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
CV1 Frontline responses to domestic abuse in Sotland: assessing, managing and mitigating risk
Burnside
Thom
Tumoana
Dave
Katey
Jeremy
Auckland University of Technology
Auckland University of Technology
University of Otago
NZ
NZ
NZ
C27 He kohikohinga purakau whanau (Collection of whanau stories) about experiencing mental health distress and/or addiction while in the justice system
Butler
Nicholls
Lavergne
Amanda
Tonia
M. Ruth
Simon Fraser University
University of British Columbia
Simon Fraser University
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
C11 Co-occurring disorders in the provincial correctional system in British Columbia
Buxton
Papamihali
Busto
Graham
Crabtree
Jane
Kristi
Eric
Brittany
Alexis
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
C12 Exploring reasons people use drugs alone: more than stigma or concerns about police
Camp II
Carleton
Ronald
Nicholas
University of Regina
University of Regina
Canada
Canada
C18 Leadership and psychological safety: evidence from a study with the Calgary Police Service
Chettiar
De Terte
Bennett
Gammon
Saralla
Ian
Simon
Ruth
Massey University
Massey University
Massey University
Massey University
NZ
NZ
NZ
NZ
M10 Developing a treatment manual based on 3-part model of psychological resilience (3-PR) for high-risk occupations and general populations
Chotchusee
Onsila
Tangjit
Chaiyasong
Apichat
Rungthiwa
Amornrekh
Surasak
Ministry of Public Health
Ministry of Public Health
Ministry of Public Health
Mahasarakham University
Thailand
Thailand
Thailand
Thailand
C28 Thailand situational report on Alcoholic Beverages Control Law abidance at provincial level
Christmas Helen Public Health England England M2 Public health approaches to policing
Clarke
Nicholas
University of Nottingham
England
M9
Going to pot: Nick's journey through the criminal justice system
Claughton Tracy Durham Police England M4 Diverting people with alcohol issues away from the Criminal Justice System
Collins John London School of Economics England CV2 International experiences of drug courts: a comparative perspective
Collins Duncan Nottinghamshire Police England M9 Improving the custody environment: a case study
Collins Mark Dyfed-Powys Police Wales P2 Mental health: next steps in policing
Connell
McKay
Furtado
Singh
Catriona
Elizabeth
Vivek
Swaran
University of Warwick
Edinburgh Napier University
University of Warwick
University of Warwick
England
England
England
England
C23 Reducing reoffending and improving health: increasing occupational participation for people with criminal justice involvement and a personality disorder.
Cooper John Durham Police England M4 One size doesn’t fit all: similar people? different needs?
Corley Cal Community Safety Knowledge Alliance Canada C1 Panellist
Cox Brendan LEAD National Support Bureau USA CV5 Using public health approaches to address public safety: a police perspective
Crilly
Lincoln
Scuffham
Byrnes
Zhang
Timms
Becker
van Buuren
Fisher
Murphy
Kinner
Green
Julia
C.
P.
J.
P.
J.
K.
N.
A.
D.
S.
D.
Griffith University
Queensland Police Service
Griffith University
Griffith University
Griffith University
Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service
Queensland Police Service
Department of Health Queensland
Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service
Queensland Ambulance Service
University of Melbourne
Griffith University
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
M12 Strengthening interagency collaborations between health and police in emergencies to optimise health, security and economic expenditure
Crowe Andrew Durham Police England M4 Diverting domestic abuse perpetrators away from the Criminal Justice System
Crowley-Cyr Lynda University of Southern Queensland Australia C18 Australian law enforcement and mental health: the dire need for action
Christmas
Srivastava
Helen
Justin
Public Health England
Lancashire Constabulary
England
England
M2 Public Health approaches in policing
Cummings
Kelly
Hernandez
Lingas
Anthony
Gayle
Nemesia
Alexandra
Elena
Obie
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
ExoneratedNation, Oakland, California
USA
USA
USA
USA
USA
C23 Peer support and engagement in advocacy opportunities: key elements for the mental and emotional health of exonerees
Cummins Ian University of Salford England C16 Policing and mental illness: exploring the problems of definition
Davidson
Wilson
Jessica
Neil
NHS Lothian
Police Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C2 Faculty of Arrest Referral: anticipatory care and preventing deaths in custody
Davies
Kelly
Kate
Christine
Director of Health and Justice and Armed Forces
NHS England
England
England
M11 NHS England/NHS Improvement delivering the long-term plan in the health and justice landscape in collaboration
De Snoo Teun-Pieter Police Academy Netherlands M10 Resilience: a fluffy concept in a hard world
de Terte
Saunders
Ian
Iain
Massey University
New Zealand Police
NZ
NZ
M10 The conundrum of working in a therapeutic manner with police officers
Demou
Hunt
Evangelia
Kate
University of Glasgow
University of Stirling
Scotland
Scotland
C7 Policing and work-life balance: attainable or elusive?
Demou
Hunt
Lyons
McIntosh
van Tongeren
Blangiardo
Elliott
Evangelia
Kate
Ronan
Andrew
Martie
Marta
Paul
University of Glasgow
University of Stirling
Swansea University
University of Edinburgh
University of Manchester
Imperial College London
Imperial College London
Scotland
Scotland
England
England
England
England
England
C7 The Airwave Health Monitoring Study (AHMS): an occupational cohort study of the British police forces
Denysova
Lukyanova
Kateryna
Natalya
UNDP Ukraine
UNDP Ukraine
Ukraine
Ukraine
C12 Strengthening the HIV/AIDS response in Ukraine through capacity building of the law enforcement representatives: UNDP Ukraine experience
Dhami Claire West Midlands Combined Authority England CV3 Panellist
Dijk Auke van Police of the Netherlands Netherlands L3 The disadvantage of a head start: why low and middle income countries might take the lead in developing LEPH
Dimas
Nguku
Chigbu
Michael
Hannata Janada
Patrick
Pauline
Charles
Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps
Nigeria Field Epidemiology Program
African Field Epidemiology Network
Federal Ministry of Health
Nigeria
Nigeria
Nigeria
Nigeria
C28 The drivers of the cholera epidemic in North-East Nigeria
Donaldson
Maclean
Jane
Hamish
Police Scotland
Police Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C22 Working in partnership to support desistance in young offenders
Dougall Nadine Edinburgh Napier University Scotland M1 Setting the scene, vision and purpose of the Sacottish Centre for Law Enforcement and Public Health
Douglas
Jones
Helen
Vicky
North Wales Police
Public Health Wales
Wales
Wales
M7 The Reality - 'Early Action Together': operationalising the recommendations from reesarch
Doyle
Muulink
Colley
Franssen
Shane
Olav
Linda
Shelly
Central Queensland University
Central Queensland University
Central Queensland University
Queensland Police Service
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
C18 Stress and leadership development: what impact does eustress, distress and catastrophic stress have on the development of senior police leaders
Duraiappah Nishan Halton Regional Police Service Canada C1 Panellist
Edwards Grant Australian Federal Police Australia M3 Police mental health and well-being
Elliott Lawrie Glasgow Caledonian University Scotland L6 Meet the Editor: writing for the special LEPH journal issues
Elmes
Stuart
Sarker
Hill
Grenfell
Platt
Jocelyn
Rachel
MD Sakikuzzaman
Kathleen
Pippa
Lucy
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
University of Kent
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
England
England
England
England
England
England
C13 High levels of police contact and violence among a diverse sample of sex workers in East London: baseline results from an epidemiological cohort studey (East London project, component B)
Enang Ini Edinburgh Napier University Scotland M1 Co-creation and the five key LEPH research areas in Scotland
Engelmann Larissa Edinburgh Napier University Scotland C17 Policing in Scotland: the role of higher education in supporting police officer development and partnership work
Erickson Margaret Centre for Gender and Sexual Health Equity Canada C9 “They look at you like you’re contaminated”: How HIV-related stigma and power dynamics shape HIV care access for incarcerated women living with HIV in a Canadian setting
Evans
Richter
Casey
Anthony
Donna
Marlise
Leora
Renee
RMIT University
Sonke Gender Justice
NACOSA
SWEAT
Australia
South Africa
South Africa
South Africa
C13 The policing of sex work in South Africa: introducing the Positive Policing Partnership
Fernando
Pankhania
Benepal
Asanga
Manish
Tim
Macmillan Cancer Psychological Support Team
NW London NHS Foundation Trust
St George's University Hospital NHS Foundation Tust
England
England
England
C23 Educating staff on cancer and mental health co-morbidity in prisons
Findlater Donald Lucy Faithfull Foundation   CV4 Stop it Now! UK and Ireland helpline
Fotopoulou Maria University of Stirling Scotland C2 What is the role of law enforcement in a public health approach to the drug problem? A synthesis of international data and implications for Scotland
Fransiska Asmin Atma Jaya Catholic University Indonesia C12 Indonesian drug policy reform: from urbanism to rural needs in people who use drugs and health policy
Fuller
Reavey
Frings
Serina
Paula
Daniel
London South Bank University
London South Bank University
London South Bank University
England
England
England
C18 'We are not mental health experts': distinctiveness in negotiating and protecting the police identity
Gambier-Ross
Clarke
Wilkinson
Woolnough
Katie
Charlotte
Heather
Penny
University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh
Abertay University
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C20 Staying safe 'Going Out': the experience of being missing for people with dementia
Geh Jolene Melbourne Health Australia C16 When two worlds collide: Enhanced Critical Response Program
Giljohann
Vogt
Stefanie
Catharina
Police Berlin
German Police University
Germany
Germany
CV1 Networks against domestic abuse in Berlin: from intervention to prevention
Gray Ruth South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust Northern Ireland M11 Using quality improvement to enhance information flow across criminal justice organisations, and designing new pathways with people in custody
Green
Hernandez
Cummings
Lingas
Kelly
Matthew
Alexandra
Gayle
Elena
Nemesia
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
USA
USA
USA
USA
USA
C17 Thinking about justice: student and alumni feedback on the development of a new MPH concentration in health equity and criminal justice
Grenfell
Eastham
Stuart
Gallagher
Elmes
Platt
O'Neill
Pippa
Janet
Rachel
Aisling
Jocelyn
Lucy
Maggie
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Sex Worker Advocacy and Reistance Movement
University of Law
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
University College Cork
England
England
England
England
England
England
Ireland
C13 Safety, health and social (in)justice: a participatory qualitative study exploring sex workers experience of enforcement, violence and access to healthcare, support and justice in East London (East London Project, component A)
Gresty Paul Brighter Futures for Children England M2 Public health approaches in policing: the Reading Model of Collaborative Leadership
Grimbergen
Fassaert
Jonker
Lindenberg
Christel
Thijs
Frank
Ruben
Public Health Service Amsterdam
Public Health Service Amsterdam
VU University Amsterdam
Municipality of Amsterdam
Netherlands
Netherlands
Netherlands
Netherlands
C20 Screening for brain injury in a population of frequent violent offenders
Hamad
Boyd
Rania
Philippa
City of Edinburgh Council
Police Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C21 Hate crime: a collective approach to using restorative justice to repair the harms
Hansson
Ander
Eriksson
Ghazinour
Stjerna Doohan
Padyab
Jonas
Magnus
Malin
Mehdi
Isabelle
Mojgan
Umea University
Sewdish Police Authority
Umea University
Umea University
Umea University
Umea University
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden
C16 The use of conducted energy weapons by the Swedish police in relation to vulnerable populations
Harvie David Crown Agent Scotland L1 Public health: should prosecutors mind their own business?
Harvie David Crown Agent Scotland C15 Panellist
Heijmer-Mason Orlando Scottish Government Scotland M11 Health and justice collaboration in Scotland
Heller Daliah City University of New York USA C17 Building a criminal justice pedagogy in public health: workforce development for change
Hesketh Ian College of Policing UK M3 The Thin Blue Line is OK: delivering a national wellbeing service in policing
Heyman Inga Edinburgh Napier University Scotland M1 Collaborative LEPH research and education: the joys and challenges of working across sectors
Hindle
Selbie
Rhodes
McCluskey
Linda
Duncan
Andrew
Karyn
Public Health England
Public Health England
Lancashire Constabulary
Community Justice Scotland
England
England
England
Scotland
M5 Leave your ego at the door
Hoffman Ron Nipissing University Canada C3 Police use of a mental health screener to promote a collaborative approach to effectively responding to the needs of persons with serious mental health disorders
Hoffman Ron Nipissing University Canada C20 Enhancing police officer identification of persons with intellectual disabilities
Hoffman Ron Nipissing University Canada M6 The use of a brief mental health screener to enhance police response to mental health crisis and reduce impact on police and health resources
Holloway Chloe University of Nottingham England M9 Exploring the experiences of autistic individuals arrested and detained in police custody
Huang Lanying National Taipei University Taiwan C12 Protection or punishment? Developing a multi-agency model for adolescent substance users in Taiwan
Hume Sarah Irish Prison Service Republic of Ireland M11 SADA (Self-assessment & Data Analysis)
Hutchison Callum   Scotland L7 "Start where you are and do what you can"
Ismail Nasrul University of West England England C11 Rolling back the prison estate: the pervasive impact of macroeconomic austerity on prison health in England, from the perspective of national policymakers
Jackson Patricia University of Edinburgh Scotland C5 New opportunities in Scotland to diagnose those affected by FASD
Jackson Fiona Online Child Abuse Investigations Team England CV4 Preventing child sexual exploitation online
Johnsdotter
Wendell
Sara
Lotta
Malmo University
Malmo University
Sweden
Sweden
C10 Societal measures to check for suspected female genital mutilation in Sweden: an analysis of proportionality in the authorities' handling of suspected cases
Jones Vicky Public Health Wales Wales   The Reality - 'Early Action Together': operationalising the recommendations from reesarch
Jones
Daniel
University of Huddersfield England C19 Women, incarceration, victimisation, offending and trauma: the overlap and the impact
Juarez
Wood
Evangelica
Jennifer
Temple University
Temple University
USA
USA
C8 Issues in the distribution of behavioural health resources: considerations for police diversion efforts
Jukes Matt South Wales Police Wales P1 Early Action Together: ACE – informed partnership in Wales
Kalinowski Brent Global Network for Community Safety Canada M8 A decade of Canada-wide mobilising for collaborative CSWB
Kamkar Katy Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Canada M3 Police mental health and well-being: psychological health and safety strategies addressing moral injury, compassion fatigue and burnout to promote individual and organisational resiliency
Karlsen
Carver
Mogilnicka
Pantazis
Saffron
Natasha
Magda
Christina
University of Bristol
Cardiff University
University of Bristol
University of Bristol
England
England
England
England
C10 Towards more collaborative approaches to female genital mutilation safeguarding: accommodating the perspectives of Somali families
Kelly Enda Irish Prison Service Republic of Ireland M11 SADA (Self-assessment & Data Analysis)
Kelly
Hernandez
Cummings
Lingas
Obie
Nemesia
Alexandra
Gayle
Elena
Obie
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
Exonerated Nation, Oakland, California
USA
USA
USA
USA
USA
C9 Replacing the state: the role of post-conviction attorneys in the post-incarceration lives of California's exonerees
Kersten
Vogt
Joachim
Catharine
German Police University
German Police University
Germany
Germany
CV1 Leadership as a key resource for frontline responses to domestic abuse
Kew
Barnham
Spyt
Jason
Lee
Wojcicech
Thames Valley Police
Thames Valley Police
Thames Valley Police
England M2 Public health approaches in policing: drug diversion
Kinner
Borschmann
Spittal
Pirkis
Preen
Rosen
Stuart
Rohan
Matthew
Jane
Sarah
David
David
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of New South Wales
University of Western Australia
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
USA
C9 The Mortality After Release from Incarceration Consortium (MARIC) study: a multi-national, individual participant data meta-analysis
Kinner
Southalan
Janca
Scholin
Ferreira-Borges
Stuart
Louise
Emilia
Lisa
Carina
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Edinburgh
World Health Organisation
Australia
Australia
Australia
Scotland
C22 Harnessing global data on prison and youth detention health to tackle health inequalities
Kinner
Spittal
Taxman
de Andrade
Winter
Thomas
Stuart
Matthew
Faye
Dominique
Rebecca
Emma
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
George Mason University
University of Queensland
Burnet Institute
Harvard University
Australia
Australia
USA
Australia
Australia
USA
C11 Health and health service outcomes associated with reincarceration after release from prison: a prospective data linkage study
Krameddine Yasmeen University of Alberta Canada C17 Evidence-informed strategies for de-escalation and non-escalation between law enforcement and those in distress: current research for safe interactions
Krameddine
Silverstone
Lentz
Yasmeen
Peter
Liana
University of Alberta
University of Alberta
University of Alberta
Canada
Canada
Canada
M10 The primary prevention of post-traumatic stress injuries in a Canadian police organisation: evaluating the effectiveness of an evidence-informed online training program
Krasner Larry City of Philadelphia District Attorney USA P1 Prosecution = Prevention
Krasner Larry City of Philadelphia District Attorney USA C15 Panellist
Kreifels Isabel University of Cape Town South Africa C21 ISIL's recruitment of foreign fighters: public health insights for the future policing of violent extremism
Kumari Campbell
Levy
Kelly
Fernandes
Fiona
Susan
Lynn
Fernando
University of Dundee
University of Dundee
University of Dundee
University of Dundee
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C11 A new vision for social care of disabled people in prison
Lamb Guy University of Cape Town South Africa C6 The complexities of pursuing a 'whole of society' policing approach in a violent and unequal African city
Lambert
Dermody
Rackow
Gardner
Sharon
Aoife
Anne
Caroline
University College Cork
Quality Matters
Quality Matters
Quality Matters
Ireland
Ireland
Ireland
Ireland
C14 Trauma-informed policing in Ireland
Leitao da Silva Antonio Policia Municipal do Porto Portugal L2 The police role in drug use scenarios: stigma and expectations of police actions
Linden Will Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) Scotland Scotland CV3 Panellist
Lindstrom Peter Police Region Stockholm Sweden C22 Older offenders in Sweden: consequences for the criminal justice system
Luong
Lam
Le
Ngo
Tran
Hai Thanh
Dung Tien
Toan Quang
Bac Gia
Huong Minh
RMIT University



Australia



C12 Harm reduction for drug control: a review of one decade changes in Vietnam
Lyons Daryl Community Initiative to Reduce Violence, Northamptonshire England CV3 Panellist
Maras Katie University of Bath England M9 Eliciting best evidnce from autistic interviewees
Martin
Korchinski
Fels
Leggo
Ruth
Mo
Lynn
Carl
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
Simon Fraser University
University of British Columbia
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
C27 Releasing Hope: women's stories of transition from prison to community
McAllister Emma   Scotland L4 Don't just do something, stand here: an autoethnographic account of police involvement in mental health
McCluskey Karyn Community Justice Scotland Scotland P3 The truth doesn't set you free
McCluskey Karyn Community Justice Scotland Scotland M5 Driving systems leadership to reduce health inequalities and maintaining a focus on the people at the receiving end of services
McFee Dale Edmonton Police Service Canada C1 Panellist
McFee Dale Edmonton Police Service Canada M3 Police mental health and welbeing from an intake and off ramp perspective
McGrath Craig Queensland Police Service Australia C6 Product contamination: complexities of managing an enmeshed public health alert and a criminal investigation
McGregor-Taylor Joanne Durham Police England M4 Diverting people with mental health issues away from the Criminal Justice System
McLeod Abby Australian Federal Police Australia M3 Reframing diversity and inclusion in policing: it's a health and wellbeing issue
Barton Emma Public Health Wales   M7 Effectiveness of the ACE TIME training (part of the EAT programme) on the police workforce in increasing awareness of ACE related trauma and impact across the life course; in enabling individuals to competently and confidently respond to vulnerability using ACE informed approach and supporting a whole systems approach between police & partners in preventing and mitigating ACEs
Menichelli Francesca University of Surrey England C3 Innovations in institutional responses to vulnerability: a case study from an English local authority
Middleton John Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region England P2 Public health problems are multidisciplinary: why do we train for them apart?
Morabito
Savage
Melissa
Jenna
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Boston Police Department
USA
USA
M6 Dedicated: evaluating Boston's response to people with mental illness
Morris Najja Public Defender Association USA CV5 Using public health approaches to address public safety: a case manager perspective
Mulcahy Jane University College Cork Ireland C27 Restorying offending behaviour as a normal sympton of trauma
Mulholland Alan Police Scotland Scotland C19 Police Scotland: corporate parenting - joining the dots on our parenting journey
Munro Neil University of Nottingham England M9 Going to pot: Nick's journey through the criminal justice system
Murray Jennifer Edinburgh Napier University Scotland M1 Co-creation and the five key LEPH research areas in Scotland
Ngamnak
Tangjit
Chaiyasong
Kanockon
Amornrekh
Surasak
Ministry of Public Health
Ministry of Public Health
Mahasarakham University
Thailand
Thailand
Thailand
C28 Alcohol availability and patterns of drinking behaviour: binge drinking, regular drinking and drink driving
Nilson Chad Living Skies Centre for Social Inquiry Canada C1 Panellist
Nuhiu Bajram Kosovo Police Kosovo C12 Activities of the Kosovo Police in framework of the National Drug Strategy on prevention and combatting of drugs
Nunn James Loughborough University England CV8 Comparing the drivers involved in fatal and serious injury collisions
Nyrop Kris Public Defender Association USA CV5 Shifting the paradigm of policing behavioural health conditions: law enforcement assisted diversion
Obiora
Maree
Nokuthula
Oluchukwu
Elizabeth
Mafutha
University of Witwatersrand
University of Witwatersrand
University of Witwatersrand
South Africa
South Africa
South Africa
C10 Female genital mutilation in Africa: scoping the landscape of evidence
O'Moore Éamonn Public Health England Engalnd M2 Public health approches in policing: no justice without health
O'Rourke
Buchan
Dobie
Suzanne
Graeme
A.
University of Edinburgh
Police Scotland
University of Edinburgh
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C19 Edinburgh VOW Project: a successful collaboration between police officers and mentors with lived experience
Papp Joan MetroHealth USA C11 Expanding access to medication assisted treatment in Cuyahoga County Corrections Center (CCCC)
Park Alice University of York England C3 Policing mental health: a realist evaluation of mental health triage
Pope Leah Vera Institute of Justice USA C2 Emerging police responses to the US overdose crisis
Passmore
Bower
Mutch
Watkins
Hayley
Carol
Raewyn
Rochelle
University of Western Australia
Telethon Kids Institute
University of Western Australia
Telethon Kids Institute
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
C5 Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in the Australian youth justice system: prevalence, implications and workforce development
Pearson Hirdes Daniel McMaster University Canada M6 Mental health call trends in Canada: a review of police response to mental health calls in 18 commmunities
Peck Lib Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) London England CV3 Panellist
Pecova Anna Equis Mexico CV2 Drug courts in Mexico: a feminist perspective
Pederson Paul Greater Sudbury Police Service Canada M3 Leadership opportunities: helping our people help others
Perkins
Howell
Shearing
Grainne
Simon
Clifford
Seattle University
Independent Policing Scholar
Independent Policing Scholar
USA C7 The spectre of trauma in the South African Police Service
Perrett Stephanie Public Health Wales Wales M11 What makes Wales unique?
Petersson
Strand
Joakim
Susanne
Orebro University
Orebro University
Sweden
Sweden
C4 Proposing a typology of intimate partner violent men: implications for risk assessment and management
Petersson
Strand
Joakim
Susanne
Orebro University
Orebro University
Sweden
Sweden
C4 Legal risk management strategies: the use of arrest and restraining orders as protective interventions in cases of intimate partner violence
Phythian Rebecca University of Central Lancashire England C19 Safer communities in Lancashire
Platt
Grenfell
Meiksin
Elmes
Sherman
Sanders
Mwangi
Crago
Lucy
Pippa
Rebecca
Jocelyn
Susan
Teela
Peninah
Anna-Louise
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
University of Leicester
Bar Hostess Empowerment and Support Program
University of Toronto
England
England
England
England
USA
England

Canada
C13 The health impacts of sex work criminalisation: a review of the evidence
Pol
Haar
Santos
Luciana
Rohini
Lucila
Centre for Legal and Social Studies
Physicians for Human Rights
International Network of Civil Liberties Orgs
Argentina
Argentina
Argentina
C26 The health consequences of crowd-control weapons
Policek Nicoletta University of Cumbria England C26 Medical citizenship and HIV: the untold stories of stateless populations
Priyadarshi Saket National Health Service Scotland C2 A drug consumption room in Scotland?
Rennie Niven Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) Glasgow Scotland CV3 Panellist
Rhodes QPM Andrew Lancashire Constabulary England P2 UK policing approaches to wellbeing: rhetoric to reality
Rhodes QPM Andrew Lancashire Constabulary England M5 Compassionate leadership, the national police and health consensus: what has worked and what more needs to happen
Roderick Peter Health Education England England M12 Collaboration for prevention: taking a whole population approach to vulnerability and anti-social behaviour in a local police force
Ropar Danielle University of Nottingham England M9 Improving the support of autistic individuals in police custody through autism training
Routledge
Gillian
Durham Police
England
M4 Can Durham Police’s Checkpoint deferred prosecution programme reducing reoffending and improve life chances through early intervention?
Rowlands Jack Metropolitan Police Service England C8 DIVERT: a police custody diversion programme for young adults
Sanders Katrina Australian Federal Police Australia M3 A holistic approach to health protection in law enforcement agencies
Sarchuk Alex Social and Community Services, Halton Region Canada M8 Case Study #1: Halton Region CSWB Plan
Savigar Leanne Keele University England CV8 Fairly policing an 'unfair law': educating drivers of the issues surrounding mobile phone use while driving
Schafer
Huebner
Lentz
Joseph
Beth
Theodore
St. Louis University
University of Missouri - St Louis
University of Missouri - St Louis
USA
USA
USA
C14 Exposure to violence and public health: lessons and implications from the St. Louis, Missouri Police-Prosecutor Partnership Initiative
Scher Benjamin University of Waterloo Canada C2 Police practices in relation to supervised injecting site users in Vancouver; an ethnographic study
Scholin
Holloway
Ho
Schwannauer
O'Rourke
Newbury-Birch
Kinner
Kouyoumdjian
Lisa
Aisha
Iris
Matthias
Suzanne
Dorothy
Stuart
Fiona
University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh
Teeside University
University of Melbourne
McMaster University
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
England
Australia
Canada
C22 Defining research priorities for prison health in Scotland: a Delphi study
Segeren
Boyd
Fassaert
Popma
de Wit
Menno
Anders
Thijs
Arne
Matty
Public Health Service Amsterdam
Public Health Service Amsterdam
Public Health Service Amsterdam
University Medical Centre Amsterdam
Public Health Service Amsterdam
Netherlands
Netherlands
Netherlands
Netherlands
Netherlands
C23 Determinants of post-detention recidivism: a recurrent events analysis
Selbie Duncan Public Health England England M5 Why collaborative leadership at national and place level is essential to improve outcomes for individuals, communities and populations
Sherman
Nestadt
Park
Footer
Galai
Susan
Danielle
Ju Nyeong
Katherine
Noya
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
USA
USA
USA
USA
USA
C13 Police as 'clients' of sex workers in Baltimore, MD, USA: health risks and abuses of power
Shields
Brown
McGruer
Jennifer
Sarah
Fiona
Fetal Alcohol Advisory and Support team

Scotland

C5 Lessons learned from Scotland's first Fetal Alcohol Assessment and Support Team
Sigerson
Byrne
Craig
Corbett
Debbie
Tom
Pauline
Sarah
NHS Health Scotland
NHS Health Scotland
Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Scottish Prison Service
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C11 Smoke free prisons: co-production of a service specification supporting people in our care and improving health outcomes
Smit Annika Police Academy Netherlands C7 Sensitivity or resistance: on the resilience paradox in policing
Smith Iain Keegan Smith Defence Lawyers Scotland L5 Cutting crime with compassion: a curious defence lawyer's story
Smith Iain Keegan Smith Defence Lawyers Scotland C15 Panellist
Sondhi
Eastwood
Arun
Ian
Therapeutic Solutions (Addictions) Ltd
Public Health England
England
England
C8 Assessing engagement with the Drug Intervention Programme (DIP) in London
Sondhi
Williams
Arun
Emma
Therapeutic Solutions (Addictions) Ltd
Canterbury Christ Church University
England
England
C3 Police and health operational staff perspectives on managing detainees held under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act: a qualitative study in London
Staniforth
Jennings
Rachel
Una
South Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit
South Yorkshire Police
England
England
C6 Fortifying our relationships
Stavert Jill Edinburgh Napier University Scotland C16 Supporting equal and non-discriminatory enjoyment of rights by persons with mental disabilities in crisis situations: the role of advance planning
Steer Christopher Scottish Government Scotland C5 Provision and support for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Scotland: progress report and implications for the criminal justice community
Stenberg Rebecca Linkoping University Sweden C6 In search of Dante: initiative and collaboration in emergency situations
Strand
Petersson
Susanne
Joakim
Orebro University
Orebro University
Sweden
Sweden
C4 Risk assessment and risk management of intimate partner violence and stalking in urban, rural and remote areas
Strand
Petersson
Susanne
Joakim
Orebro University
Orebro University
Sweden
Sweden
C4 Structured risk management within and between police and social service reduces intimate partner violence
Swarney Matthew Motorola Solutions Canada C1 Panellist
Taylor Lisa Global Network for Community Safety Canada M8 A decade of Canada-wide mobilising for collaborative CSWB
Taylor Norm Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being Canada M8 Human security: the fundamental promise of any democratic society
Taylor Norm Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being Canada L9 Meet the Editor: introduction to the Journal of Community Safety and Wellbeing
Thomas Stuart RMIT University Australia M6 Policing complexity: police involvement with people with intellectual disability
Thompson Jeff Columbia University Medical Center USA   Psychological autopsy: how law enforcement agencies can utilise this method to understand deaths by suicide
Thompson Jeff Columbia University Medical Center USA M3 The law enforcement psychological autopsy: understanding suicide in policing
Thomson Kate Glasgow Caledonian University Scotland C19 Understanding and responding to child sexual exploitation in Scotland
Torigian Matthew Munk Centre for Global Affairs and Public Policy Canada M8 Ontario's path to a legislated mandate for collaborative CSWB planning
Townsley Jane International Association of Women Police England P1 Gender responsive policing is essential for building confidence across all communities
Tucker Shannon Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, BC Canada M8 Case Study #2: British Columbia's accelerating uptake of collaborative CSWB models
Tumoana
Thom
Gordon
Jeremy
Katey
Sarah
University of Otago
Auckland University of Technology
University of Otago
NZ
NZ
NZ
C16 Citizen stories of police encounters while experiencing mental distress in Aotearoa
Tyler Jasmine Human Rights Watch USA CV2 Drug courts in the United States: lessons learned
Unsworth
Cook
Kathy
Jocelynn
Canada FASD Research Network
Canada FASD Research Network
Canada
Canada
C5 FASD, law and mental health: the Canadian experience
Uzzi
Yang
Hall
Yi
Latkin
Mudia
Cui
Brian
FangYing
Carl
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of PH



USA



C9 Temporal relationship of criminal justice involvement and transactional sex among black men who have sex with men in Baltimore, Maryland: depressive symptoms as a mediator
Vaughan
Anderson
Afifi
Turner
Taillieu
Carleton
Ricciardelli
MacPhee
Cramm
Adam
Gregory
Tracie
Sarah
Tamara
Nicholas
Rose
Renee
Heidi
Texas State University
Justice Institute of British Columbia
University of Manitoba
University of Manitoba
University of Manitoba
University of Regina
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Wilfred Laurier University
Queens University
USA
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
C18 Relationship between mental health training and mental health knowledge, stigma and resilience in a sample of Canadian public safety personnel
Vithiyanandan
Fletcher
Easton
Cowden
Hopkins
Wyllie
Fyfe
Jerusha
Emma
Phyllis
Fiona
Vered
John
Nicholas

University of Dundee
University of Dundee
NHS Tayside
NHS Tayside
Dundee City Council
Police Scotland
University of Dundee
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
C2 Assessing risk of drug death in people known to Substance Misuse Service: a retrospective cohort study
Walding
Frame
Bartlett
Pyne
Madon
Shannon
Ian
David
Stephen
Natasha
Griffith Criminology Institute
Queensland Police Service
Griffith Criminology Institute
Queensland Police Service
Griffith University
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
C27 Developing respect through mentoring and education: for self, others and police
Wallace
Herbert
Danielle
Jessica
Arizona State University
Arizona State University
USA
USA
C20 Individuals with Spectrum Disorders: concerns from law enforcement officers and parents
Warden
Dyde
Jacques
Roz
Amy
Dan
Barnwood Trust
Gloucestershire Constabulary
Barnwood Trust
England
England
England
C6 An initiative to build community capacity and resilience: collaborative evaluation findings
Warrington Claire University of Brighton England C14 Policing the aftermath of ACEs: public health approaches to reduce high frequency repeat detention under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act
Washington Reynard Philadelphia Department of Public Health USA P3 Roadmap to a safer Philadelphia: a public health approach to stop everyday "mass shootings'
Watson
Compton
Amy
Michael
University of Illinois at Chicago
Columbia Univ. College of Physicians and Surgeons
USA
USA
M6 Review of the research on models of LE/MH response to individuals with mental illness and intellectual and developmental disabilities
Weenink Anton National Police of Netherlands Netherlands C21 Adversity, criminality and mental health in foreign fighters from the Netherlands
Weir Kevin Durham Police England M4 Diverting people who use drugs away from the Criminal Justice System
Wells
Savigar
Helen
Leanne
Keele University
Keele University
England
England
CV8 Message Not Delivered': mobile phones, knowledge exchange and accessible academia
Widell Patrick Swedish Police Authority Sweden M12 Engaging the police in violence prevention: lessons learned from 20 years of prevention work in the Stockholm nightlife setting
Williams Huw University of Exeter England P3 Why understanding brain injury can enhance Trauma Informed Policing
Willoughby
Borschmann
Spittal
Tibble
Kinner
Melissa
Robert
Matthew
Holly
Stuart
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Edinburgh
Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Australia
Australia
Australia
Scotland
Australia
C9 Violence-related deaths among adults released from prison: a data linkage study
White Chris Mental Health Foundation Scotland M1 Citizens participation in LEPH research, policy development and education
Wood
Watson
Jennifer
Amy
Temple University
University of Chicago at Illinois
USA
USA
C16 What "counts" as good police work during mental health related encounters
Wooff Andrew Edinburgh Napier University Scotland M1 Collaborative LEPH research and education: the joys and challenges of working across sectors
Workman
Dune
Keenahan
Alexander
Tinashe
Debra
Western Sydney University

Australia

C4 Victims from the margins: racial and ethnic minorities access to criminal justice
Young Jennie NHS Education for Scotland/Uni. of Stirling Scotland CV7 Leading trauma-informed approaches to law enforcement: how?
Young
Tibble
Borschmann
Spittal
Kinner
Jesse
Holly
Rohan
Matthew
Stuart
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
C9 Overdose deaths among justice-involved young people: a whole-population retrospective cohort study
Kosmukhamedova Zhannat UNODC Regional Office, Kyiv Ukraine CV6 The work and role of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in the law enforcement and public health sphere.
MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS
Britten
McNabb
Reiger
Lierich
Caitlin
Rose
Julie
Ashlee
Maryborough Education Centre
Maryborough Education Centre
Maryborough Education Centre
Maryborough Education Centre
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
MoI 12.2 A story of hope: a whole community’s response to disadvantage
Bruce
Cumming
Wardle
Caroline
Julie
Debra
University of Glasgow
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 15.1 Taking a trauma informed lens to law enforcement
Bruno
Von Hemert
Kamin
Speed
Watson
Ron
Tom
Don
Carol
Amy
CIT International
CIT International
CIT International
CIT International
CIT International & University of Illlinois at Chicago
USA
USA
USA
USA
USA
MoI 1.2 Building mental health crisis response systems: emerging best practices from the United States
Caesar
Goodman
Fraser
Phillips
Goodall
Dave
Carol
Susan
Steph
Christine
Project Lift
Project Lift
Project Lift
NHS 24
University of Glasgow
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 5.1 Project Lift: collaboration - learning from practice
Charlier
Trace
Wood
Watson
Bruno
Jac
Mike
Jennifer
Amy
Ron
TASC's Center for Health and Justice
The Forward Trust
Temple University
University of Illinois at Chicaho
CIT International
USA
England
USA
USA
USA
MoI 5.2 Deciding when to "deflect": a visual model of police decision-making factors
Christenson Fullmer Amber University of Alaska USA MoI 13 Intimate partner violence (IPV) in Alaska: a focus on perpetrators of IPV using a culturally-competent response
Christmas
Hindle
Cunningham
Helen
Linda
Mike
Public Health England
Public Health England
College of Policing
England
England
England
MoI 3.1 Public health approaches to policing: practical tools for police forces and partners
Coleman
Croft
Claire
Emma
Police Scotland
Police Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 11.1 Supporting police: understanding CAM and its foundations in the THRIVE Model
Douglas
Jones
Helen
Vicky
North Wales Police
North Wales Police
Wales
Wales
MoI 9.2 Improving community and individual resilience through social navigation: an early help pathway to address vulnerability
Fox
McFee
Berry
Smith
Jan
Dale
Jodie
Madeleine
Edmonton Police Service
Edmonton Police Service
REACH Edmonton Council for Safe Communities
Edmonton Police Service
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
MoI 8.1 Collaborations, systems change and community safety: the 24/7 Crisis Diversion Initiative
Gallagher
Atkinson
Keith
Capaldi
Claderwood
Martin
Colin
Iain
Fil
Nathan
Police Scotland
University of West Scotland
NHS Scotland
Police Scotland
Police Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 10.2 Policing Paisley in partnership
Gilmour
Prescott-Mayling
O'Moore
Stan
Lewis
Eamonn
Thames Valley Police
Thames Valley Police
Public Health England
England
England
England
MoI 4.1 Data analytics for law enforcement and public health in the Reading Model
Graham
O'Byrne
Muirhead
Lesley
Amanda
Barry
NHS National Services Scotland
Police Scotland
NHS Lothian
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 14 A public health approach to police custody healthcare
Harrison
Nye
John
James
College of Policing
Devon and Cornwall Police
England
England
MoI 2.1 A health promoting police force: an evolutionary development for wellbeing at work
McLeod
Sanders
Abby
Katrina
Australian Federal Police
Australian Federal Police
Australia
Australia
MoI 2.2 Connecting the dots: promoting a joined up approach to "diversity and inclusion" and "organisational health and wellbeing"
McNiven
Winter
Logan
Davidson
Dillon
Convery
Lynne
Kathleen
Joanne
Jemma
Alice
Colin
NHS Ayrshire and Arran
Crosshouse Hospital
Police Scotland
Community Justice Ayrshire
Community Justice Ayrshire
Police Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 3.2 Working together to achieve more
Muir Carlyn Monash University Accident Research Centre Australia MoI 8.2 Bringing policing for road safety out of the shadows
Tomlinson
Mitchell
Elaine
John
Police Scotland
Scottish Government NHS
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 7.1 Distress Brief Intervention (DBI): working beyond frontline boundaries to build connected, compassionate support for people presenting in distress
Pedersen
Agowissa
Paul
Shannon
Sudbury Police Service, Ontario
Canada
Canada
MoI 15.2 Looking ahead to build the spirit of our women: Learning to Live Free from Violence Project
Smith
Jones
Orr
Madeleine
Dan
Marlene
REACH Edmonton Council for Safe Communities
University of Huddersfield
Stan Daniels Healing Centre
Canada
Canada
Canada
MoI 9.1 Collaborating to provide trauma informed training to frontline workers and law enforcement members
Staniforth
Palin
Rachel
Melanie
South Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit
South Yorkshire Police
England
England
MoI 11.2 Fortifying our relationships
Petrie Norrie Police Scotland Scotland MoI 6.1 Substance misuse and the impact of stigma
Thom
Jones
Carolyn
Scott
The Forensic Practice Vancouver
Edmonton Police Service
Canada
Canada
MoI 6.2 Canine assisted child forensic interviewing in child abuse cases
Thompson Jeff Columbia University Medical Center USA MoI 1.1 Law enforcement psychological autopsy: hands-on workshop
Thomson
Craig
Ian
Claire
Police Scotland
Police Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 12.1 Your wellbeing matters: Police Scotland's approach to wellbeing and resilience
Whitley
McLaughlin
Lawson
Oliver
Janet
Dot
Karen
Keira
Workforce Scotland
Scottish Government

Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 10.1 Collective leadership for Scotland
Wilson
Davidson
Neil
Jess
Police Scotland
NHS Lothian
Scotland
Scotland
MoI 7.2 Operation Threshhold: assertive outreach
Young Lesslie Epilepsy Scotland Scotland MoI 4.2 Are you going to kill me? The potential fatal consequences of misinterpreted behaviour
POSTERS
Agu Ngozichukwuka University of South Florida USA Poster Understanding characteristics and perceptions of individuals attending the Batterer Intervention Programs
Andersson Robert Linnaeus University Sweden Poster Evaluating qualitative police work by quantitative methods, possibilities and risk
Arora
Humphris
Richards
Lahti
Freeman
Garima
Gerry
Derek
Satu
Ruth
University of Dundee
NHS Lothian
University of Dundee
University of Turku
NHS Tayside
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Finland
Scotland
Poster Is oral health an important factor for mental health among people in custody in Scottish prisons?
Artyom Gil First Moscow State Medical University Russia Poster Gaps in the legal regulation of nonbeverage alcohols consumed for drinking in Russia
Buxton
Papimahali
Graham
Crabtree
Jane
Kristi
Brittany
Alexis
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
Canada
Canada
Canada
Canada
Poster The silent increase of methamphetamine use and its harms
Comer
Andrew
Katherine
Leonard
Health Education England
Modern Slavery Transformation Unit
England
England
Poster Modern slavery and public health
Emsing
Ghazinour
Hansson
Mikael
Mehdi
Jonas
Umea University
Umea University
Umea University
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden
Poster Conflict management training among Swedish police officers
Gao
Aresu
Muller
Vergnaud
Elliott
He
Maria
David
Anne-Claire
Paul
Imperial College London
Imperial College London
Imperial College London
Imperial College London
Imperial College London
England
England
England
England
England
Poster Use of TETRA personal radios and sickness absence in the Airwave Health Monitoring Study of the British police forces
Ghazinour
Padyab
Hansson
Mehdi
M. Eriksson
J. Sundqvist
Umea University
Umea University
Umea University
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden
Poster Conflict management training among Swedish police officers
Gonzales Delgado
Toquica
del Pilar
Albarracin
Gonzalo
Lopez
Isidro
Javier
Gonzalez
Eduardo
Mery
Villalba
Carolina
Eslava
Daniel
Rodriguez
Javier
Munoz
Vinasco
Carlos
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Clinicas Solsanitas S.A
Clinicas Solsanitas S.A
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Universidad Catolica de Columbia
Colombia Poster Comparative analysis of public policies on the voluntary termination of pregnancy in Latin American countries in the period 2008 to 2018
Guio de Azevedo Roberta Federal University of Rio de Janiero Brazil Poster Silicosis in the extraction of ornamental granite in Esperito Santo, Brazil: to prevent you need to know
Haitao Shi University of Edinburgh Scotland Poster Community-based drug rehabilitation under the 'People's War on Drugs' in China
Heinzelmann Claudia German Prevention Congress Germany Poster Applied prevention research: crime and violence prevention in Germany
Hernandez
Green
Kelly
Cummings
Lingas
Alexandra
Matthew
Nemesia
Gayle
Elena
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
Touro University California
USA
USA
USA
USA
USA
Poster Developing a 'Health Equity and Criminal Justice (HECJ)' concentration for a Master of Public Health (MPH) program: assessment of community partner and potential employer interest
Jelas
Pacelat
Karlovic
Komadina
Ivana
Jurica
Ruza
Tamara
Police College Croatia


Croatia


Poster A new three-part approach to stress reduction in the Croatian Police Force
Jonsson
Ornerheim
Taripanah
Cecilia
Mattias
Clara
Linnaeus University

Sweden

Poster Police cooperation with civil society: from a closed authority to an open social actor?
Kaeorat Chanika MMC Tools (Thailand) Co. Ltd. Thailand Poster Legal problems regarding the disclosure of severe confidentiality of psychiatric patient by psychiatrist under Thai law
Karamouzian
Papamihali
Brittany
Crabtree
Mill
Kuo
Young
Buxton
Mohammad
Kristi
Graham
Alexis
Christopher
Margot
Sara
Jane
University of British Columbia






Canada






Poster Intentional fentanyl use among people who use drugs in British Columbia, Canada: findings of the BC Harm Reduction Clients' Survey
Keppel Paul GGZ inGeest The Netherlands Poster Mobile Care Unit (The Netherlands): an integrated approach
Obiora
Maree
Nokuthula
Oluchukwu
Elizabeth
Mafutha
University of the Witwatersrand
University of the Witwatersrand
University of the Witwatersrand
South Africa
South Africa
South Africa
Poster Experiences of girls who underwent female genital mutilation/cutting
Price
Parkes
Malloch
Tracey
Tessa
Margaret
University of Stirling
University of Stirling
University of Stirling
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Poster Diversion: criminal justice to drug treatment

Rivera Arias
GonzalezDelgado
Islanda
Mery
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Fundacion Universitaria del Area Andina
Colombia
Colombia
Poster Analysis of public policies of healthy work environments in some Latin American countries in the period from 2000 to 2019
Sigerson
Byrne
Corbett
Debbie
Tom
Sarah
NHS Health Scotland
Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Scottish Prison Service
Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Poster Smoke-free prisons: co-producing a service specification supporting people in our care
Sirdifield Coral University of Lincoln England Poster Healthcare for offenders on probation: availability and the relationship between health and criminal justice agencies
Statham
Clark
Vaughan
Andrew
NHS National Services Scotland
NHS National Services Scotland
Scotland
Scotland
Poster National Strategic Networks for Police and Prison Care: a renewed approach
Willoughby
Borschmann
Spittal
Tibble
Hail-Jares
Kinner
Melissa
Rohan
Matthew
Holly
Katie
Stuart
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
University of Edinburgh
Griffith University
Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Australia
Australia
Australia
Scotland
Australia
Australia
Poster Increased risk of violence related death among people exposed to the criminal justice system