Monthly Archives: June 2017

Babel Fish – @Nathanconstable

Thanks to @nathanconstable for re-posting on the CCCU blog site and for writing it! Babel Fish Sat outside a Canterbury cafe in the sunshine allows me the opportunity to reflect on the speakers and conversations from the last few days … Continue reading

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#CCCUconf17: A whistle stop tour

I cannot do justice to this event in the, already, too many words here. But I can give a flavour of the type of issues discussed. I hope you enjoy the read as much as we enjoyed the event! THANKS … Continue reading

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Terrorism and Cyber Hate – Dr Elaine Brown CCCU

A guest blog from Dr Elaine Brown – Senior Lecturer Canterbury Christ Church University  Another terrorist attack, which stole the lives of people who had everything to live for. Teresa May has argued we have entered a ‘dark time’ for … Continue reading

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In Praise of Those who Make a Difference

I am not a police officer but I am genuinely interested in policing and criminal justice matters – it has become my working world. Therefore as someone slightly removed from the reality of police work I can only imagine the … Continue reading

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Scripts and innovation

This is a version of the piece published in Policing Insight this week – Emma Last week the Canterbury Centre for Police Research hosted a debate on policing and mental health. It was a very successful evening and I would … Continue reading

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