Presentation on theme: "Police Professionalism, Education and Learning ProPEL Pre-Conference Sponsored by the Scottish Institute for Policing Research."— Presentation transcript:
Police Professionalism, Education and Learning ProPEL Pre-Conference Sponsored by the Scottish Institute for Policing Research
ProPEL: international network for research in professional practice, education and learning Conference 25-27 June Interprofessional practice Continuing professional education Assessing professional learning Professional leadership New technologies in professional work/learning Professionalism And more
Objectives for today What are key issues in promoting police learning and leadership in today’s environments? What lessons can we share across contexts – policy/practice/academic, geography, disciplinary?
Agenda 1.Professor Nick Fyfe, Director, Scottish institute of Policing Research 2.Dr Steve Tong, Canterbury Christ Church University: Police education in England and Wales: a changing landscape 3.Professor Sofie de Kimpe, Free University of Brussels: Towards a European Police Education system: A view from Brussels Small group discussion 4. Supt David Moffat, Pathways to Policing in Scotland: reflections Lunch 5. Professor Tara Fenwick, University of Stirling:New demands and dilemmas for professionals: implications for rethinking policing education and learning 6. Dr Richard Heslop, West Yorkshire Police and Visiting Professor, CUNY: Comparing UK and US models of police education: the danger of McDonaldising police professionalism Small group discussion 7. Ch Supt John Pow, Leadership & Professional Development, Police Scotland 8. Dr Gill Robinson, Scottish Prison Service, former HM Chief Inspector of Education for Scotland: Personal reflections: key messages of the day
1.What insights in these findings are of specific interest to you, and why? 1.What are implications for learning/education of police and other professionals? 1.What are key issues going forward? Questions for you to consider