Global progressive policing

The Casey Report one year on
(Ended 19th Mar 2024)


19th Mar 2024 to 19th Mar 2024

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19th March 2024 14:30 – 16:30 GMT/BST (via Zoom)

The Canterbury Centre for Policing Research at Canterbury Christ Church University and the UCL Centre for Global City Policing are pleased to announce the next event in their joint seminar series.

It is now a year since the publication of Dame Louise Casey’s landmark report on standards of behaviour and internal culture in the Metropolitan Police Service. The fallout from the report continues to reverberate through policing. In this seminar we move broaden the focus beyond the capital to draw out some wider lessons and consider what they mean for police across England and Wales, and indeed beyond. Our speakers will cover some of the central topics in the Casey report – police culture; gender, sexism and misogyny; ethnicity, race and racism – and address the question of what is to be done in the face of some of the deeply embedded challenges involved. The papers from this seminar, plus others, will be published in an edition of Political Quarterly, Policing the Permacrisis, later in the year.


Sarah Charman, University of Portsmouth: Not just a numbers game: assessing the journey of women in policing from representation to inclusion

Martina Feilzer and Bethan Loftus, Bangor Unversity: Scrutiny of Police Institutions and the Spectre of Police Culture

Other speakers tbc.

Attendance is free and open to all.  Book your place here.

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