PROMOTING RESEARCH, UNDERSTANDING
AND PRACTICE AT THE INTERSECTION OF
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH
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The EtF project responds to the current attention and reflection on the role of policing in addressing complex issues with health, criminal justice and social justice impacts and implications.
MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS 2022: LESSONS AND INNOVATIONS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH
5-23 September 2022
ETF REGIONAL RESEARCH UPDATES: WEBINAR 3– EASTERN EUROPE and ASIA PACIFIC
Thursday 17th June 2021
3 PM Bishkek, 4 PM Bangkok/Jakarta
Presented by Erkinbek Iriskulbekov and Dr Krisanaphong Poothakool. Hosted by Melissa Jardine.
ETF REGIONAL RESEARCH UPDATES: WEBINAR 2 – LATIN AND NORTH AMERICA
Wednesday 9th June 2021, 11 AM PST, 12 PM UTC
ETF REGIONAL RESEARCH UPDATES: WEBINAR 1– AFRICA AND WESTERN EUROPE
Thursday 3rd June 2021, 10 AM Accra/London, 11 AM Geneva/Johannesburg
Envisaging the Future of Policing and Public Health Globally
LEPH2021 Philadelphia 22 March 2021
Justice Reinvestment and Restorative Justice among indigenous communities: Australia & NZ
Tuesday 23 March 2021
MENTAL HEALTH AND POLICING: Responding in real-time to crises
Special screening of the Emmy award-winning HBO documentary "Ernie & Joe Crisis cops", panel discussion and audience Q&A with Ernie Stevens and Joe Smarro, 14 Dec 2020.