The main theme for the Stockholm Criminology Symposium 2018 was Models for successful policing. Here are the filmed sessions and some of the Power Point presentations that were used during the Symposium.
Ronald V. Clarke - Transformation of the Oakland Airport Motel
Britta Kyvsgaard - Preventing domestic burglary: Does signalizing invisible property marking make a difference?
Annmarie Cordner - An empirical examination of gender differences in vocational interest in careers in policing
Zia Rahman - Fighting against the odd: Success stories of Bangladesh police
Berhard Frevel - Predicting Problems? Big data, algorithms and underlying issues
Felix Bode - Project „SKALA“ Predictive policing in North Rhine-Westfalia
Teresa Silva - A problem-oriented approach to a drug market in Sundsvall
Adam Jackson - Policing Darkweb marketplaces; covert policing, surveillance and investigatory powers
Chrisje Brants - Policing the dark web: Intelligence v. evidence
Aki-hiro Nasu - Analyses of risk factors and protective factors towards preventing recidivism of Japanese juvenile offenders with medical needs
Cornelis Uittenbogaard - Physical interventions for increased feelings of safety in public transport
William P. Bloss and Toby M. Board - Transitional policing strategies in a Neo-European context: Examining challenges and effective practices
Margo Van Felius - Improving the uptake of multi-agency and third-party policing partnerships; What are the organisational facilitators and barriers? A case study of the Vulnerable Persons Unit (South Brisbane, Queensland)
Tim J Wilson - The possible Brexit paradox: more extensive and sincere criminal justice cooperation?
Gary Cordner - Farm Labor Transportation
Mike Barton and Sylvia Chenery - ‘If you do what you’ve always done….you’ll get what you always got’
Jason Roach and Ken Pease - How to morph experience into evidence?
Tammy C. Landau - Limits to reforming police governance in Canada
Paul Ekblom - Future crime problems & solutions – How to anticipate them
Peter Neyroud - Crime harm and problem oriented policing
Armin Kaltenegger - Residential burglary in Austria
May-Britt Rinaldo Ronnebro - The Swedish Crime Harm Index (SCHI)
Ragnhild Bjørnebekk - Children exposed to criminal physical and sexual abuse. Evaluation of a restoring pilot-program
Ylva Edling and Charlotte Qvandt - Providing children with cognitive and communicative disabilities opportunities to participate in the forensic interview
Malcolm K. Sparrow - Problem-solving: Matching the art and the science
Yakov Gilinskiy - Crime of youth in the postmodern society: why, and what to do?
Yuko Utsumi - Countermeasures against organized crime groups (Boryokudan) in Japan
Liesbeth De Donder - Preventing and tackling elder abuse and mistreatment in Europe
Erika R. Nykjaer and Cecilia Zarins - Behind the smoke screen. The organised crime behind the illicit tabacco trade in Malmö, Sweden
Lovisa Brodin and Victor Eklund - Resident involvement in community policing increases public safety. Examining “Community Commitments” (Medborgarlöften) in a Socially Disadvantaged Area in Sweden
Robin Camenius - The gender gap in conviction statistics in Sweden, 1840-2010
EUCPN - European Crime Prevention Network