Policing and the Pandemic - the Scottish Experience
Date: 18 August 2021
Location: Online webinar
The Scottish Police Authority, Police Scotland and the Scottish Institute for Policing Research hosted a virtual RoundTable event on Wednesday 18 August 2021 on the theme of Policing and the Pandemic – the Scottish Experience.
Stakeholders and members of the public were able to watch the event live through our LiveStream Channel and raise comments and questions in the chat function or by submitting to discussion panels in advance via our Citizen Space portal.
The programme for the event, including links to speaker biographies can be found here.
The presentations delivered at the event are available to view from the following links:
- DCC Malcolm Graham, Police Scotland - Policing the Pandemic
- ACC Gary Ritchie, Police Scotland Partnership, Prevention and Community Wellbeing - OpTical
- Amy Wilson and Katrina Caldwell, The Scottish Government - Crime Surveying during the pandemic
- Davina Fereday, Police Scotland Research and Insight Team - Listening to the public and communities
- Martin Smith, SPA Strategy and Research Lead - Public attitudes to policing during the pandemic
- Dr Andrew Woolff, Edinburgh Napier University - Order Maintenance in Rural Scotland during Covid-19
- Peter Neyroud, University of Cambridge - Police organisational changes during pandemic
- Professor Susan McVie, University of Edinburgh - The IAG and COVID interventions data insights
A newsletter summarising the highlights from the event has been produced and is available from the following link: Policing the Pandemic Roundtable - Newsletter - August 2021
If you have any questions about the event, please contact SPAStrategyandPerformance@spa.pnn.police.uk