Cyber crime and mental health are set to feature, as well as an update by a leading lawyer on changes to criminal legislation and the implications for law enforcement.
Professor Alisdair Gillespie, Head of Law School, Lancaster University, will explore ‘romance fraud’, also commonly referred to as catfishing, and what, if anything, can be done in law about it.
Cyber crime challenge
Former Chief Constable Stuart Hyde QPM, now Ambassador for Yorkshire and Humberside CiSP, will examine the real challenge of cyber crime. Michael Brown, the National Police Chiefs’ Council and College of Policing Mental Health Co ordinator, and author of the widely read Mental Health Cop blog, will look at policing and mental health.
Anthony Edwards, solicitor at law firm TV Edwards LLP and a leading UK authority on police station law, will deliver his in-depth and indispensable review of current legislation and how it impacts on front line practitioners.
With its emphasis on providing practical information, PNLD’s one-day Criminal Law Conference provides invaluable training for customers, police officers and staff. It takes place on 17 October at Police Mutual Headquarters, Lichfield, Staffordshire and is free to attend, but places are limited.
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