2021 Abstract Submission

INVITATION TO SUBMIT

The 2021 Australia & New Zealand Society of Evidence Based Policing (ANZSEBP) Conference will be held 17 – 19 August at Vodafone NZ HQ, Smales Farm in Auckland. This year’s conference brings another packed and world class group of speakers together.

We invite law enforcement and researchers working with law enforcement to submit an abstract for a “Short Shot” presentation on completed or in-flight research in policing. Presentations should relate to one of the conference sub-themes, and may include research to better understand and target problems, programs that are being trialled or have recently been evaluated, and efforts to implement evidence-based interventions in law enforcement settings.  All abstracts should not exceed 250 words and consist of original work.

All authors whose abstracts are selected to be presented at conference are required to register for the face-to-face or the hybrid format of the conference and pay the registration fee, to confirm their participation in the program.  Travel and accommodation costs (where applicable) are also at the author’s expense.

PRESENTATION THEMES

During submission please identify from the list below the theme which best suits your presentation.  Alternatively select ‘Other’.

1. Counter terrorism and countering violent extremism
2. Responses to serious and organised crime
3. Reducing child sexual exploitation
4. Targeting high-risk offenders
5. Preventing volume crime
6. Improving police practice and leadership
7. Law enforcement training and education
8. Other

Important Dates

Call for Abstracts OPEN
March 2021


Registration OPEN
March 2021


Call for Abstracts CLOSE
28 April 2021


Program Online
13 May 2021

Contact Us

Please contact the team at Conference Design for all conference enquiries.

LIVE “SHORT SHOT” PRESENTATION (15 minutes)

This Short Shot Presentation will be allocated 15 minutes including question time and will be scheduled into one of the concurrent sessions of the 2021 ANZSEBP program.   Ideally the presenter will attend the conference in person to present, though consideration may be made for virtual attendees on a case by case basis.   A recording of your presentation will be included in the online platform for registered delegates to watch for 3 months post conference.

The presenting author must register and pay to attend the conference for the accepted short shot to be included.

ON-DEMAND “SHORT SHOT” PRESENTATION (10 mins)

These presentations are pre-recorded and made available through the 2021 ANZSEBP Online Platform for registered delegates to view on-demand.  They will not be scheduled for a specific time during the conference days, instead they will feature in a on-demand gallery for 3 months from one week prior to the conference.  Your video will be accompanied by your 250 abstract overview, presenter biography and photo.

If accepted you will be sent instructions for recording and submitting your On-Demand Short Shot.  The lead presenter must register and pay to attend the face to face or virtual conference in order for the presentation to be included.

ABSTRACT DETAILS

For each abstract you submit you will be asked to enter the following information:

Presentation Title
A descriptive presentation title of a up to fifteen words; please only capitalise the first word and proper nouns in your title.

Theme
The best theme your presentation fits within.

Name/s of author/s and Affiliations
The names, professions, organisations, suburbs, states and email addresses (optional) for each author. Indicate the presenting author in bold.

Short biography of the presenter
50 word biography for each presenting author.

Abstract overview of presentation
250 words.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

  1. Prepare your abstract(s).
  2. Go to the Presentation Portal (above) to enter your contact details.
  3. Enter the details for each abstract you are submitting.
  4. ‘Cut and Paste’ your abstract text into the field provided (not exceeding 250 words)

REVIEW PROCESS

All abstracts will undergo a peer review process by the program committee. The program committee will allocate abstracts to the program taking into account the quality of each abstract and the balance of the program.

Presenters will be notified by email to confirm acceptance and format of their presentation.