The 2nd International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health (LEPH2014) will be held at the Free University in the Dutch capital city of Amsterdam from 5 – 8 October 2014.
Policing and public health are both more effective when they are developed and operate in partnership – a critical partnership long in tradition but often neglected in practice. The LEPH Conferences confront this neglect by bringing together police, public health practitioners, academics and policy makers to examine, review, assess, share and learn from each other.
This is a ‘must attend’ conference for anyone in public health or law enforcement concerned with enhancing the effectiveness of their work. Register your interest in receiving further information about LEPH2014 at info@CLEPH.com.au .
Interested in multi-agency responses to sexual abuse? Don't miss Ruth Jones OBE at LEPH2014
Ruth Jones is the Principal Lecturer and Director of the National Centre for the Study and Prevention of Abuse and Violence, University of Worcester, UK. Check out her presentation on 'The introduction of multi-agency Sexual Abuse Referral Centres in England and Wales' on Day 2 of the conference
Don't miss the plenary session on European minorities, health and policing issues
Look out for the plenary session where Joachim Kersten, Professor of Police Science, Munster Police University, Germany, will give his presentation on: Refugees, Roma, and Turkish "guest workers": European minorities, health and policing issues.
Police - health partnerships for HIV/AIDS prevention a must
Increasingly, the police role in HIV prevention is being recognised as essential.
Don't miss Aldo Lale-Demoz, Deputy Executive Director, Global Coordinator for HIV/AIDS, UNODC speaking about 'The critical partnership between law enforcement and harm reduction programs for HIV' at LEPH2014.
Don't miss out on your Amsterdam accommodation
Amsterdam is a popular place for large conferences around the time LEPH2014 is being held.
Accommodation is becoming scarce - especially in central Amsterdam. Book your accommodation now.
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Marketplace of Ideas
The Marketplace of Ideas was developed to provide practical examples of police and health/welfare collaborations at local level, across a wide range of complex social and public health issues - for operational police in particular, whose need is pressing and for practical, more than theoretical, information.
Law Enforcement and HIV Network (LEAHN) to convene at LEPH2014
LEAHN is a global network of police and harm reduction supporters promoting police-health partnerships in the HIV response. Police Lieutenant Colonel Lastri Riyanti of the Indonesia National Police will be presenting at LEPH2014 about her work promoting harm reduction in Indonesia.
Register your interest
If you wish to receive information about the conference, email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure you join delegates and speakers at our special historic venue on 5 October