When: 21 - 24 October 2018
Where: Chestnut Conference Centre, University of Toronto, Toronto, Cananda.
Organised by the Global Law Enforcement & Public Health Association
Cost: From CAN$700. Register now
Domestic and community violence is a key theme of LEPH2018 and the effective collaboration between law enforcement and public health personnel is essential in reducing its impact and occurrence.
- Jac Charlier from the Center for Health and Justice (USA) speak on 'Police and treatment: Fighting crime and saving lives together'.
- Shannon Cosgrove from Cure Violence, Canada address 'Health at the centre for violence prevention'.
- Alex Workman question whether 'Australian Perspectives on intimate partner violence are LGBTIQ exclusive'
Or participate in sessions on 'Why a public health approach to policing is vital in the 21st century' or 'Marginalised communities and criminal justice'.
LEPH2018 moves the discussion from Description (LEPH2012), Analysis (LEPH2014) and Action (LEPH2016) to Leadership in Policy and Practice (LEPH2018). The Conference Program will be heavily weighted towards promoting collaborative action – in practice, research, policy development and in the integration of these three elements.
Submitted on Mon, 2018-06-25 15:16