Policing Extremes Practitioner Workshop

  • Beverley Milton-Edwards (Organiser)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course


Queen's University Belfast: Policing Extremes Workshop Organiser Policing Extremism Workshop: Environments of Disorder - Wednesday 26 March On 26th March 2014 the IRGPE hosted its first practitioner workshop with 30 invited guests on the theme of POLICING EXTREMES: ENVIRONMENTS OF DISORDER at Queen’s University Belfast. The workshop was organised and hosted by Professor Beverley Milton-Edwards The invited guests included Policing Practitioners from the UK, Northern Ireland, The Republic of Ireland and the Netherlands as well as other Public and Policy officials. The guests participated in 4 workshop session discussions. The first was led by Mr. Otto Adang, Police Academy of the Netherlands (pictured left) on the theme of Public Order Managements in Environments of Disorder with Discussant: Dr. Neil Jarman, Visiting Fellow ICTSJ/ Director Institute for Conflict Research Belfast. The second session was led by Dr. John Lamb, Centre for Applied Criminology, Birmingham City University, on the theme of CommunityCounter-Terrorism; Challenging Violent Extremism but Accepting Radical Belief with Discussant: Dr. Dominic Bryan, School of Anthropology and History. Professor David Denyer (pictured right), Professor of Organised Change, Cranfield School of Management, led the third session on‌ Leadership ‌and Organizational Change in Extreme Contexts: Challenges and Opportunities, with Discussant: Dr Joanne Murphy, Queen’s University Management School. Professor Milton-Edwards gave the final session on the challenges of policing extremes
Period26 Mar 2014
Event typeConference
LocationBelfast , United KingdomShow on map