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Technologies of Criminal Justice Seminar and Networking Event

Friday April 29th 2022 - 10am - 2pm

Rooms 1 & 2, Wolfson Research Exchange of the Main Library


Organisers: Kim Wade (Psychology) Link opens in a new window and Jackie Hodgson JackLink opens in a new windoLink opens in a new window (School of Law)
Coordinator: Jin KangLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window, Administrator for the Behaviour Brain & Society GRPLink opens in a new window

The Centre for Operational Policing Research is thrilled to be hosting a “Technologies of Criminal Justice Seminar and Networking Event" on Friday April 29th, supported by the Behaviour, Brain and Society GRP. 

This event is open to all Warwick researchers—from PhD students through to senior colleagues—who are interested in the role of technology in the criminal justice system. Learn more about the fascinating research that is happening within COPR, from Digital Forensics and Technology, to Policing models and the Law, as well as the science behind criminal behaviours, and more!

If you are a PGR student or early-career researcher interested in the legal system, crime, policing, or justice, we invite you to come along and meet with other Warwick researchers from a variety of disciplines who are pursuing work in this area. Learn more from our guest speakers—all early-career researchers—who will give short talks on an array of topics. This will be an invaluable networking opportunity that is likely to spark and stimulate new projects and collaborations across campus.

A healthy and sustainable lunch will be provided following the seminar and discussion.