ESRC/AHRC FUNDED EXPERT SEMINAR ON: COMMUNITY NETWORKS AND MOBILISATION IN DELIVERING NEIGHBOURHOOD SECURITY: EXPLORING CONCEPTS OF ‘HORIZONTAL’ AND ‘VERTICAL’ CO-PRODUCTION 17TH & 18TH MARCH 2011

The Universities' Police Science Institute is proudly hosting an ESRC/AHRC funded expert seminar on: Community Networks and Mobilisation in Delivering Neighbourhood Security: Exploring Concepts of ‘Horizontal’ and ‘Vertical’ Co-Production

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The purpose of the seminar is to subject the current raft of criminal justice reforms to scrutiny and to think about their conceptual and practical implications. It is our intention that an outcome of the seminar’s deliberations will be the publication of a report drawing upon what has been discussed. We are pleased to report that involved in the seminar will be: Prof. Patrick Carr from Rutgers University giving us the US perspective on co-production; and Warren Shadbolt from Sutton, which is one of the government’s ‘Big Society’ pathfinder sites.

DATES: Thursday 17th and Friday 18th March 2011

VENUE: The Court Room, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff

HOSTED BY: The Universities’ Police Science Institute