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PIER Public Lecture Series 2021-22: Significant events that shaped learning, policy, and practice in policing and criminal justice

Many significant events that live long in public memory have presented important learning opportunities for policing and criminal justice policy and practice. Examples of such events include large-scale acts of terrorism, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the murder of Sarah Everard.

With these events in mind, this series of lectures will see leading academics and police practitioners explore the lessons learnt, and still to be learned, in relation to policing women, race, and terror. The lectures will be presented through three streams, each with two lectures:

  • Policing women: Lessons learnt and to learn
  • Policing race: Lessons learnt and to learn
  • Policing terror: Lessons learnt and to learn.

Details of individual lectures will be published on this page.

PIER Research Seminar Series 2021-22

Come and hear about the current policing-related research going on at ARU.

Details of individual research seminars will be published on this page.

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October 2021

Key issues in radical right terrorism and counter-terrorism

20 October, 5.30-7pm
Online - free
Booking: Book a ticket for 'Key issues in radical right terrorism and counter-terrorism’

November 2021

Comparing the police of stop and search in Australia and the United Kingdom

10 November, 4.30-5.30pm
Online - free
Booking: Book a ticket for 'Comparing the police of stop and search in Australia and the United Kingdom'