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Policing the Brisbane G20

Policing the Brisbane G20
Location:
Leonian Room, St Leo's College, College Road, UQ St Lucia
Start:
8:30am Monday, 4th May 2015
Finish:
12:00pm Monday, 4th May 2015

The UQ School of Psychology invites you to attend a half-day symposium on Policing the 2014 G20: Theories tested, lessons learned, mountains moved.

The symposium will be an opportunity to examine key research, policy, and operational matters arising from the Brisbane G20 event.

Join us from 8:30am for a 9:00am start. Refreshments will be served during the morning and talks will conclude at midday. Places at this event are limited. 

Register by Monday 13 April.

Speakers

The symposium brings together the following speakers: 

Peter Heck | State Negotiator Coordinator
Queensland Police Service
G20 and the deployment of police negotiators

Laura Ferris | PhD Candidate
The University of Queensland
Threat perceptions at the G20: Understanding the link between social identity and moral endorsement of violence

Helena Radke | PhD Candidate
The University of Queensland
Protesters' efficacy at the Brisbane G20: A story of protester identity

Philip Stenning | Professor of Criminology
Griffith University
Policing public protest: Getting the security vs. freedom of communication right

Clifford Stott | Principal Research Fellow
University of Leeds
Psychology and the policing of crowds: Legitimacy, power and dialogue

Alex Haslam | Professor of Psychology, Australian Laureate Fellow
University of Queensland
Discussant


This event is proudly brought to you by the Social Identity and Groups Network (SIGN) at The University of Queensland.

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