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Coronavirus (COVID-19): international policing responses - part 2 - easing of lockdown

Published: 27 Jul 2020
From:
Director-General Education and Justice
Directorate:
Justice Directorate
Part of:
Law and order
ISBN:
9781839609152

This review (part 2) considers international policing approaches and responses during the easing of lockdown (up to 15 June 2020) and future considerations.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): international policing responses - part 2 - easing of lockdown
Annex 1: Useful References

Annex 1: Useful References

Changes in crime and policing resulting from Covid-19 'lockdowns': First takes from nine countries. Ben Bradford, Institute for Global City Policing (currently unpublished)

Crime, justice, policing and COVID-19: What are experts concerned about?
https://post.parliament.uk/horizon-scanning/crime-justice-policing-and-covid-19-what-are-experts-concerned-about/

Increasing communication and engagement through social media during a pandemic: a review and recommendations. SIPR: Research Evidence in Policing Pandemics. Myles, H and Ralph, L. Issue 2. June 2020.
http://www.sipr.ac.uk/publications/pandemic-briefings

Policing the coronavirus lockdown. Brown, J. House of Commons Library Briefing Paper. Number 8875, 1 May 2020.
https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/research-briefings/cbp-8875/

Policing the lockdown: compliance, enforcement and procedural justice
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/jill-dando-institute/sites/jill-dando-institute/files/policing-the-lockdown.pdf

Policing a pandemic: The challenges of maintaining law and order during the Coronavirus response. Richard Walton and Sophia Falkner. Policy Exchange
https://policyexchange.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Policing-a-Pandemic.pdf

Rising to the policing challenge of COVID-19: Looking beyond the crisis. George Alders, PwC Global. 13 May 2020.
https://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/government-public-services/public-sector-research-centre/policing-challenge-of-covid-19.html

The rise of technologically-mediated police contact: the potential consequences of 'socially-distanced policing' - Dr Helen Wells, Dr Liz Aston, Dr Megan O'Neill and Professor Ben Bradford
https://bscpolicingnetwork.com/2020/04/29/the-rise-of-technologically-mediated-police-contact-the-potential-consequences-of-socially-distanced-policing/


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