Join the Society for Policing Studies
A forum for policing academics, students and practitioners
Established in 2016, the Society for Policing Studies is a forum for academics, students and practitioners who have an interest in policing.
Every year, the Society for Policing Studies holds two informal gatherings. As part of these events, a number of topics relating to policing are explored, including:
• historical research
• the current police agenda
• policing issues, such as big data
• the development of new services in areas such as banking and the civil service
The Society for Policing Studies is attended by academics from various disciplines, as well as experienced practitioners. This combination not only informs future research, but also provides excellent networking opportunities for attendees.
Run as part of the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies, the Society for Policing Studies’ events are held at LJMU and are free to attend.
The programme for the Society for Policing Studies has not yet been confirmed. We will announce the details for upcoming events on this page soon, so please check back here for more information.
The Society for Policing Studies’ events are free to attend. To register for the next forum, please contact Ian Whitfield using the contact details below.
Get in touch with the Society for Policing Studies
If you would like more information, or if you would like to register your interest for an upcoming event, please get in touch with Ian Whitfield using the following contact details.
Call: 0151 231 5140
Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies
John Foster Building
80-98 Mount Pleasant