The Centre for Criminological Research and the Law & Diversity Working Group of the University of Sheffield School of Law are pleased to announce a two-day research symposium exploring implicit bias and how it impacts policing policies and policing outcomes.
The symposium will examine issues including:
- What is the current state of implicit bias research?
- What does empirical evidence on implicit bias mean for policing?
- How can implicit bias research impact policing policies and policing outcomes?
This interdisciplinary symposium will assemble a diverse group of scholars including criminologists, psychologists and legal scholars to examine issues related to implicit bias and policing.
Monday 4 June – Tuesday 5 June 2018
For registration details please click here.
When booking you also have the option to book for the conference dinner which will take place at Piccolino’s Sheffield on the evening of the 4th June 2018. You will be contacted nearer the time for your menu choices.
For accommodation recommendations please visit Marketing Sheffield.
INOX, Level 5, Student’s Union Building,
University of Sheffield,
Durham Road,Sheffield S10 2TG
Centre for Criminological Research,
University Of Sheffield
Winter Street Sheffield S3 7ND
Telephone: +44 (0)114 222 6859
Fax: +44 (0)114 222 6832
For official website, click here.
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