Just a quick reminder to those looking for the complete LEPH2019 experience, check out the Satellite and GLEPHA meetings page on the LEPH2019 website buff.ly/2EwMZtH It has a few important meeting dates that you might like to consider when booking flights. … See MoreSee Less
LEPH2019 is a must attend conference for you. Be part of this biennial conference exploring the complex and diverse intersections of law enforcement and public health, involving practitioners, policy …
Join the Gender in public health & safety Consultation incl.
– Gender Agenda International with Jane Townsley – Domestic Abuse/FV with D/Supt Gordon McCreadie, Police Scotland – Kenyan case studies & complex problems with Ellie Lenawarungu – #sexwork #harmreduction with Janine Ewen, Umbrella Lane
Pictured: Members of the International Association of Women Police, L-R, Melissa Jardine (Australia), Myra James (Canada), Shahala Pervin (Bangladesh) Following the popular special lunchtime session a…
Scottish Criminal defence laywer, Iain Smith, believes the simple act of kindness, and treating offenders with dignity and respect is key in shaping change within the justice system. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) give social context to offenders, and a justice system that understands these traumas will secure better outcomes not only offenders but for society as a whole. His compassion for his clients is evident in this moving article (buff.ly/2M7uYa1) by Iain himself. Humanising offenders really is Smart Justice.
Check out his full bio here ( buff.ly/2OM9TnK ) on the invited speakers page, and while you’re there, read about a few of the other fantastic speakers we have lined up for you.