Policing Matters Seminar Series
Next date: Thursday 18 January 2018 12:00pm
NI Policing Board
The Northern Ireland Policing Board is hosting a series of lunchtime seminars to facilitate discussion around a number of key policing issues.
Drawing on expert opinions from across the policing and criminal justice sector and other sectoral leads, the seminars will provide an opportunity to explore issues and discuss how policing policy and practice can best respond to meet the challenges ahead. The first two sessions will be held in the Policing Board’s offices at Waterside Tower, 31 Clarendon Road, Belfast BT1 3BG from 12-2pm. Venues for the other seminars will be confirmed.
- Wed 24 May 2017 - A Policing Plan for Northern Ireland: Delivery and meeting public expectations
- Wed 28 June 2017 - Tackling Race Hate Crime: A review of the PSNI approach
- Wed 27 Sept 2017 - Local Policing:Delivering for communities?
- Wed 25 Oct 2017 - Protecting the Vulnerable: Preventing Child Sexual Exploitation
- Wed 22 Nov 2017 - Moving from traditional to technological: How do the police and other agencies respond effectively to the growing level of online criminality?
- Wed 18 Jan 2018 - Doing more with less: How police services can optimise their resources to best effect
- Wed 28 Feb 2018 - From Crime to Court: Can our policing and criminal justice sector deliver faster and more positive outcomes for victims?