International Consultation at LEPH2016: Policing, Public Health and Vulnerable Populations

July 16th, 2016|

3 rd International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health Official Satellite Meeting
International Consultation:
Policing, Public Health and Vulnerable Populations
No charge for registered LEPH2016 delegates

Saturday, 1 October 2016

De Koninklijke Industrieele Groote Club, Dam Square, Amsterdam

Read the full details of the event here (Summary below)

The 2016 International Consultation will focus on police work with […]

Pat O’Hare, a pioneer in the field to reflect on the strategies to overcome the challenges of police and public health partnerships to address HIV. Read more

July 14th, 2016|

Professor Pat O’Hare, Executive Director of HIT in Liverpool, UK, started working in the drug field in the mid-1980s when he became Drug Education Coordinator for Sefton on Merseyside and then Director of the Mersey Drug Training and Information Centre (later renamed HIT) in Liverpool, which was the pioneering agency that instigated the harm reduction […]

Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice (JCRPP) to host special issue on LEPH2016 Conference

July 14th, 2016|

The Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice (JCRPP) will host a special issue for the 3rd International Law Enforcement & Public Health conference (LEPH2016).

Dr Philip Birch and Professor Jane Ireland, Editors-in-Chief of the journal, will be joined by Professor Nick Crofts as guest editor for the issue, in which papers will be drawn from […]

Melissa Jardine invites you to LEPH2016 – Register now!

July 13th, 2016|

Melissa Jardine is a former police officer from Victoria, Australia. She has been a member of the Organising Committee since the inaugural LEPH conference in 2012.
Watch the video now

New publication: Crafting the domain of policing and public health in Amsterdam

July 12th, 2016|

Crafting the domain of policing and public health in Amsterdam
Authors: Pieter-Jaap Aalbersberg and Auke J. van Dijk

Policing and public health are intimately related in practice but an explicit conceptual framework is missing. The processes of so-called glocalization and of organizations (and issues) becoming increasingly ‘boundary-less’ – especially in the city – explain part of the […]

Reducing threats to your workplace safety

July 10th, 2016|

Spend an extended time sharing experiences with senior Dutch police and colleagues, and explore options to make your workplace safer in this small group Marketplace of Ideas session. Read more at MoI 13 on Day 3 of the Conference Program page

Police stress and PTSD to be focus of Professor Peter van der Velden’s keynote presentation

May 26th, 2016|


Peter G. van der Velden (Ph.D.) is full professor Victimology at INTERVICT, Tilburg University (The Netherlands) since 2013. Between 2011 and 2013 he was professor Disasters and Mental Health at INTERVICT. In the years  before he was senior researcher and consultant at the Institute for Psychotrauma (The Netherlands). He studied Clinical Psychology at Utrecht University […]

Your invitation to LEPH2016 from LEPH2014 delegate, Inga Heyman

May 15th, 2016|

Your invitation to LEPH2016 from a delegate at the last LEPH conference and Program Committee member, Inga Heyman, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Inga Heyman is a Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland. Prior to joining the University, Inga worked within Police Scotland (Legacy Force-Grampian Police) as Adult Protection Co-ordinator. This […]


March 21st, 2016|

Closing dates for regular registrations extended to Monday 26 September
(then late registration fees will apply)


March 16th, 2016|

By popular demand, the LEPH2016 conference will screen short films as part of the Marketplace of Ideas sessions.
Find out more at LEPHFILM 2016