20th September 2017 - Kat Hadjimatheou delivered training to Gloucestershire Constabulary Ethics Committee
On 20th September 2017 Kat Hadjimatheou held a training workshop for the first cohort of new members of Gloucestershire Constabulary's Ethics Committee, which she chairs.
17th July 2017 - Kat Hadjimatheou publishes blog piece on anti-trafficking
Kat Hadjimatheou publishes blog piece on anti-trafficking at the border for Oxford University's Border Criminologies site. You can view the piece here.
11th July 2017 - Tom Sorell & Jethro Butler participated in Cybersecurity Ideas Cafe
Tom Sorell and Jethro Butler participated in the Cybersecurity Ideas Cafe - a public engagement event hosted by the University of Warwick in Leamington Spa. Tom spoke briefly on Health and Cybersecurity before facilitating roundtable discussions on security issues relating to telehealth, telecare, and smart homes.
4th July 2017 - Kat Hadjimatheou presented at an event organized by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies
On 4th July 2017 Kat Hadjimatheou presented her paper 'Neither Confirm nor Deny: Secrecy and Disclosure in Undercover Policing' (forthcoming Dec.2017, Criminal Justice Ethics) at an event organized by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies entitled 'Can Undercover Policing be Held to Account?'.
13th June 2017 - Tom Sorell and Monica Whitty presented at Cybercrime conference in Oxford
Tom Sorell and Monica Whitty (WMG) presented a joint paper on 'Victim-Offenders in Scams' at a conference on Cybercrime held at Nuffield College, Oxford on 13th June 2017. The paper draws on a soon-to-be submitted co-authored paper, 'Romance Scams and Victimhood' connected to the ongoing EPSRC-funded DAPM project.