Update: Because of COVID-19, this event is to be re-scheduled, and new arrangements will be made just as soon as restrictions are lifted. EMPAC continues its work on collaborative research and innovation on-line, using video conference via Skype and Zoom, telephone and email in the meantime and invites you get in touch over any policing research.
EMPAC is pleased to be able to invite you to a second regional Research and Innovation Cafe, this time to be hosted at Derbyshire Constabulary HQ at Ripley, Derbyshire between 11am and 1pm on Friday 29th May 2020.
You’ll be able to get important updates on what we’ve been up to in our various research workstreams, such as in understanding and reducing demand, serous organised crime, health and well being, restorative justice, hate crime risk assessing, innovation, human trafficking, reducing knife crime and knowledge exchange agility.
The College of Policing What Works Unit and the National Police Library will be attending and offering micro sessions on helping with your research. Several University research staff will be be there for the same reasons – to talk you through options and also showcase some of their great work.
You’ll also be able to present overviews of your own research and see what undergraduate policing students have been up to.
The event is supported by our media partner, Police Professional, and May edition copies will be available on the day.
There will be free refreshments and there there is is free ample on-site parking. Get yourself booked in by registering with: firstname.lastname@example.org