Registration to the online conference includes access to the full programme, the Meeting Hub, Sponsors Hall, Resource Gallery and all virtual networking sessions. Attendees do not need to identify which sessions they wish to attend before the event.
Dependent upon speaker consent, recordings of conference sessions will be made available through the conference platform on-demand to registered delegates for 6 months post-event. After this date, these recordings will be held by the host organisations, ANZSEBP and NZ Police, indefinitely for educational use. Where consent has not been received, the session will only be available live on the day of the presentation. This will be indicated in the programme by 01 August 2021.
The programme will be streamed over four shorter days to allow for maximum viewing time, whilst allowing you to undertake other obligations, from the comfort of your office or home.
Keynote speakers will include;
Professor Lawrence Sherman
Director, Cambridge Police Executive Programme
Director of Research, Jerry Lee Centre for Experimental Criminology
Professor Tom Tyler
Macklin Fleming Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology and Founding Director, The Justice Collaboratory
Professor Cynthia Lum
Professor of Criminology, Law and Society and Director, George Mason University’s Centre for Evidence-Based Crime Policy
Professor Devon Polaschek MNZM
New Zealand Professor of Psychology and of Crime Science, University of Waikato
Lecturer in Evidence-based Policing, Institute of Criminology at University of Cambridge
Deputy Director, M.St. Police Executive Programme.
Executive Director, Centre for Evidence and Implementation, Australia
Sociologist, author, lead researcher at Independent Research Solutions in Christchurch, New Zealand
Lecturer at the University of Canterbury, and spokesperson for the Howard League for Penal Reform.