The global COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown has become a watershed moment in our country’s history, affecting every aspect of daily life. This series of lectures investigates the impact these unprecedented events have had on crime and policing and examines the significant opportunities for learning which have been created, the changes introduced to policy and practice as a result and the readiness of policing to face similar events in the future.
Details of individual lectures will be published on this page.
Come and hear about the current policing-related research going on at ARU.
Details of individual research seminars will be published on this page.
29-30 June, 10am-5pm
Online - £85 per delegate
Booking: Book a ticket for 'PIER21: Tackling Online Child Sexual Abuse: Bridging the gap between Research and Practice'