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2014-07-07 12:27

COMPOSITE conference "Good Leaderships in Times of Change – Empirical Findings and Suggestions for Police Leaders" by Kate Horton

COMPOSITE's final conference on "Good Leaderships in Times of Change – Empirical Findings and Suggestions for Police Leaders" on 12 and 13 June 2014 in Rotterdam (the Netherlands)

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2014-07-03 13:45

"Police is regain control by using twitter and Co."

COMPOSITE researcher were interviewed about their research on "police & social media".

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Fourth COMPOSITE newsletter out now!

2012-10-23 15:00

This October newsletter contains information on the following:

  • Register now for the first COMPOSITE Practitioners Conference on “Policing in a Dynamic Environment - How Much Change Can a Police Force Take?” in Potsdam (Germany).
  • Event announcement I: Presentation by Trpe Stojanovski, Director of MARRI, on “The regional cooperation as platform for effective law enforcement. The case study of Marri Initiative” at the International Conference of Experts on Combating Drugs in Ohrid (Republic of Macedonia), October 2012.
  • Event announcement II: BSC - Berlin Security Conference, 11th congress on European Security and Defense in Berlin (Germany), November 2012.
  • First COMPOSITE results on usage and acceptance of social media in European police forces presented and documented by Petra Saskia Bayerl at the CEPOL Police Research and Science Conference in  St. Cyr au Mont D’Or (France), September 2012.
  • Publication note I: Jacobs, Gabriele & Christe-Zeyse, Jochen (2012): Organisational Change in European Policing: Project COMPOSITE. In: European Police Science And Research Bulletin. Issue 7, Summer 2012: 10-17.
  • Publication note II: Vallet, Nathalie & van den Oord, Ad (2012): Kiezen voor verscheidenheid: Grensoverschrijdende kennisdeling in de Politiezone west-Kust (Choosing for diversity: Cross-border knowledge sharing in the local police force of the Belgian west coast). In: Het Politiejournaal, September 2012.

The COMPOSITE newsletter will appear monthly and address issues around the research project “Comparative police studies in the EU” (COMPOSITE). To receive the COMPOSITE newsletter in the future, please register at the COMPOSITE website:

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