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Forensic Cognition Research Group Seminar Series

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 - 15:45 to 17:45
Arsenal Hub, Meeting Room 1, located upstairs (max 20), 56 Benwell Road, N7 7BA

The next Forensic Cognition Research Group meeting will be on Wednesday, 11 March 2020
The meeting will be held in the Arsenal Hub, Meeting Room 1, located upstairs (max 20), 56 Benwell Road, N7 7BA


The speakers are Dr Michael Humann (University of Liverpool, Centre for Educational Development & Support) and Dr Ahmed Kadry, (The Open University Business School, Faculty of Business and Law), their talk titles are below:

Dr. Michael Humann

Title: Casualty Management & Communication in Full Scale Exercises

Summary: "Drawing on evaluations during the development and delivery of live exercises, we will outline the importance of integrating the ‘softer’ skills around casualty interaction and public engagement into the learning framework. Shown to have an impact of responders’ competence and resilience when deploying to extreme environments, this can also contribute to community trust and cohesion.”

Dr. Ahmed Kadry

Title: Practical Considerations for Implementing an Evidence-Based Policing Approach in Police Operations’.

Summary: The talk will focus on a real police operation carried out by Greater Manchester Police in 2018 that sought to understand the impact of police tactics in reducing commercial burglaries. In using an evidence-based approach by attempting to isolate different tactics at several locations across Greater Manchester, several areas of learning arose for both police forces and academics when trying to bridge the gap between research and police practice.

Convenor: Lara Frumkin

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