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LEPH2016 Program and links to presentations

October 19th, 2016|

LEPH 2016 PROGRAM

Thanks to all the presenters and delegates for making LEPH2016 a great conference.
We will be uploading links to conference presentations over the coming weeks.

Go to the Program page

 

LEPH2016 Welcome Reception

October 19th, 2016|

LEPH2016 Welcome Reception
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Read the welcome speech by Paul van der Velpen, Director of the Public Health Service of Amsterdam, 2 October, Rode Hoed, Click here

 

                                                  

LEPH2016 in pictures

October 19th, 2016|

Photos from LEPH2016
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In your words: quotes from LEPH2016 delegates

October 19th, 2016|

“Thank you for giving me the chance to attend and to speak at LEPH 2016 about Indonesia’s compulsory report system for drug user. It was an amazing conference and I learn a lot”.
 
“ What an amazing conference!! Thanks so much for letting me know about it, I’m just thrilled to be connected to the world […]

Australian students pave way for next generation of LEPH practitioners

October 17th, 2016|

In an initiative by CLEPH’s Communications Manager and former Victoria Police officer, Melissa Jardine, two senior students from Melissa’s former secondary school, the Maryborough Education Centre in rural Victoria, Australia, attended LEPH2016 in Amsterdam.

Students Annabelle Reiger and Sharine Lanfranchi are considering future careers in the LEPH sector and were supported by teachers Samantha Rothman and […]

LEPH2016 exceeds all expectations

October 17th, 2016|

500 delegates from 30 countries

Over 180 different presenters, panellists and facilitators in a diverse range of sessions

20 intensive Marketplace of Ideas workshop sessions

Well attended ‘after hours’ excursions to places and programs related to LEPH

Global Law Enforcement and Public Health Research Network launched

International Consultation on Law Enforcement and Vulnerable Communities held as satellite meeting
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Garry Higgins’ efforts in #sayNO2familyviolence campaign in Maryborough, Victoria, noted at LEPH2016

October 10th, 2016|

Former Chair of the Royal Commission into Family Violence in Victoria, Australia, The Honourable Marcia Neave AO, spoke to delegates at LEPH2016 about great initiatives happening in Maryborough, regional Victoria. In addition to commending the local school, the Maryborough Education Centre, for its Respectful Relationships program, she made special mention of Maryborough Rotary’s Garry Higgins […]

Excursions announced!

October 1st, 2016|

Delegates will need to sign up and pay for these excursions (tours) at the LEPH2016 Registration and information desk.

Signing up will open at morning tea on Monday.

EXCURSION 1
MANAGING INCIDENTS IN POPULAR REMBRANTPLEIN
(Tuesday only)

 

The Rembrandt square is one of the most intensely used squares in Amsterdam – on weekend nights, 15 to 18 thousand people […]

Don’t miss out on ‘The Game of Life’ in the Marketplace of Ideas: numbers are limited

September 28th, 2016|

 

MoI 11: Game of Life: balancing health and safety
LOCATION: Black room
Tuesday 4th Oct

1.30-3pm
Numbers are limited in this session so get in early!
 

SUMMARY:
Positive Health focuses on how people function in everyday life, with possible illnesses or defects. Positive Health describes six dimensions: body function/mental wellbeing/spiritual – existential dimension/quality of life/social and community participation/daily functioning. Positive Health […]

LEPH2016 leaders, Auke van Dijk & Nick Crofts write about the emerging field of LEPH

July 17th, 2016|

LEPH2016 leaders, Auke van Dijk and Nick Crofts, have published a new article in the journal, Policing & Society. The article describes the uniqueness of the LEPH relationship and the necessity to develop a better understanding of the dynamics of the two fields in order to maximise their joint benefit for communities.

Link to abstract here.
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