An inside job: Using criminology, police data and a lot of nouse
This seminar by Professor Betsy Stanko draws on the speaker's decade and a half inside the London Metropolitan Police and the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) as Head of Evidence and Insight.
When: Friday 14 February 2020, 10:00-12:00
Where: Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, High School Yards, Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LZ
An academic criminologist in her first life, Stanko’s role in the Met and MOPAC is little understood to those on the outside. She will talk about data, police data, criminal justice data, criminology as insight, and challenging policy and practice.
Stanko retired from her role as Head of Evidence and Insight in April 2016. She is currently Chair of the Ministry of Justice’s Data, Evidence and Science Board, Strategic Advisor to a Home Office Police Transformation Fund project focused to uplift learning and development in policing across England and Wales and Academic Advisor to the Vulnerability and Serious Crime Programme at the College of Policing. Professor Stanko has been awarded a number of academic lifetime achievement awards, including the prestigious American Society of Criminology’s Vollmer Award (1996), recognising her outstanding influence on criminal justice practice.
10.00: Introductory Remarks, Professor Susan McVie, Co-Director and Lead for Safer Communities Strategic Impact Programme, Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research, University of Edinburgh
10.10: Talk by Professor Betsy Stanko
To find out more and register, visit the Eventbrite page.