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Supplementary conference reading material

The future of policing in the digital age

Conference description

Please note that this is not a recommended reading list produced by the Ditchley Foundation.

Conference participants are invited to recommend pre-conference reading materials relevant to the topic of this conference, and we are happy to post links to the items here for your reference.

Richard Webber: Equal but different. www.policeprofessional.com, 11 May 2017

Accenture: Public Safety in a Digitally Disrupted Age. Digital Public Safety Summit, February 2017

Accenture: Welcome Disruption: Why Public Safety Agencies Must Fast-Track Innovation, 2016

Accenture: Leading in the new in public safety, 2017

Digital Disruption in Public Safety. Accenture Consulting

The effects of body-worn cameras on police and citizen outcomes: a state-of-the-art review. Policing: An international journal of police strategies and management, 2017

Monique Mann and Marcus Smith: Automated facial recognition technology: recent developments and approaches to oversight. UNSW Law Journal, Vol 40(1), 2017

John Kiedrowski, Ronald-Frans Melchers, Rick Ruddell, Michael Petrunik: The Civilianization of Police in Canada, 2015

Open Source Communications Analytics Research Development Centre: Final Report (cleared for release)

Cardiff University Crime and Security Research Institute: Russian influence and interference measures following the 2017 UK terrorist attacks. 2017

Marinus Analytics: Pittsburgh-based tech company debuts first facial recognition technology designed to halt global human trafficking. 27 June, 2017

Cale Weissman: The Young Woman Who Created A New Way to Bust Sex Trafficking Rings. Broadly, 15 October, 2015

Artur Dubrawski, Kyle Miller, Matthew Barnes, Benedikt Boecking & Emily Kennedy: Leveraging Publicly Available Data to Discern Patterns of Human-Trafficking Activity. Journal of Human Trafficking, Vol 1, 2015 - Issue 1, Pages 65-85 | Published online: 28 Apr 2015

Cynthia Lum, Christopher S. Koper: Technology: Evidence-based policing playing catch-up. From Evidence-based policing: translating research into practice. Oxford University Press, 23 May 2017

Cynthia Lum, Christopher S. Koper and James Willis: Understanding the Limits of Technology’s Impact on Police Effectiveness. Police Quarterly 2017, Vol. 20(2) 135–163.

Koper, Lum, Willis, Woods and Hibdon: Realizing the Potential of Technology in Policing: A multisite study of the social, organizational, and behavioural aspects of implementing police technologies. George Mason University and Police Executive Research Forum publication, supported by the National Institute of Justice. 2015

Centre for Public Impact: Destination Unknown: Exploring the impact of Artificial Intelligence on Government. (Section on 'Police', pp 15-17). September 2017

Alexander Babuta: Big Data and Policing: An assessment of law enforcement requirements, expectations and priorities. RUSI Occasional Papers, 6 September 2017

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