Joint Evidence and Research Roundtables
The Scottish Police Authority and Police Scotland jointly host Research and Evidence Roundtables to help build up a shared evidence base on good practice, challenges and opportunities for collaboration in relation to a number of key priorities for policing in Scotland.
- Bring together expertise of police officers, academics, third sector and government.
- Explore innovation in use of both statistics and data in modern policing from a public benefit perspective.
- Explore areas of future research and evidence-based public debate.
To receive updates on research activity underway at the Authority, along with information on past and future knowledge exchange events held by the Authority and Police Scotland, please sign up to our mailing list by contacting SPAStrategyandPerformance@spa.pnn.police.uk with the subject title ‘Research and Evidence Forum mailing list’.
|29 November 2019||Bridging the gap between research evidence and police action|
|13 February 2020||The use of policing data and statistics in public discourse|
|26 February 2021||Artificial Intelligence in Policing - Governance and Oversight|
|18 August 2021||Policing and the Pandemic - the Scottish Experience|
|09 September 2021||COP26 - Policing the Protests|
|10 February 2022||New and Emerging Technologies in Policing|
|04 August 2022||Reflections: Oversight of policing during the pandemic|