The Home Office will be hosting the second International Crime and Policing Conference, at the King’s Fund on 22 and 23 March 2016. The main conference theme is Modern Crime Prevention. The conference will be based around the six key drivers of crime (opportunity, character, profit, drugs, alcohol and the effectiveness of the Criminal Justice System) and related activities that can prevent crime happening in the first place.
Early career researchers are invited to display posters of their research and to talk with senior international policy makers, practitioners and academics about their work.
Organisers welcome poster proposals on themes outlined above from postgraduate and early years researchers from any discipline. Those interested are asked submit a poster title and an abstract (max 200 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 January. Further information on the conference is available from Katie Aston and on the attached flyer.
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