On Monday 7 October 2013 Daniel Trottier will deliver a lecture titled ‘Police and Social Media : An Overview and Early Assesment‘, on how police and other law enforcement agencies are facing the challenges and opportunities linked to the emergence of social media platforms. Daniel Trottier is a postdoctoral fellow at the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), University of Westminster. The lecture will take place in the context of the VUB Law & Criminology talks, and is co-organised by the LSTS and the research group Crime and Society (CRIS). More information: here.
This Thursday 5 July 2012 will take place at the Institute for European Studies of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), from 7pm to 9pm, he Conference “The Use of Data in Police and Criminal Justice Cooperation : New Rules after Lisbon“, chaired by LSTS Researcher Prof. Dr. Paul de Hert. Free entrance upon registration. More information here.