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

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


Thanks are due to several people for their input and advice, and for reviewing the report. In particular, we would like to thank Dr Liz Aston, Director of the Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) and members of the Independent Advisory Group for their feedback and direction on the paper.

We would also like to thank Dr Peter Neyroud (University of Cambridge, England section), Dr Johnny Connolly (University of Limerick, Republic of Ireland section), Robert Mark Evans OBE (Deputy Chief Executive Service Delivery for New Zealand Police, New Zealand section), Jacques De Maillard (CESDIP Director, France section), Jan Terpstra (Radboud University, Netherlands section), Randi Solhjell (Norwegian Police University College, Oslo, Norway section), Dr John Topping (Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland section) and Dr Liz Aston at SIPR for facilitating these international connections.



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