Law Enforcement and Public Health
Lecture Theatre 4
Alan Gilbert Building
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Law Enforcement and Public Health explores the multidimensional relationships that exist between the public health and public security sectors (including law enforcement, military and criminal justice and non-state actors). Participants of this course will develop an understanding of how to conceptualise and navigate the role of public security across a range of traditional and non-traditional public health challenges. The course leads participants through a comprehensive exploration of the principles of partnership and opportunities for collaboration between the health and law enforcement sectors, as well as the implications this has for governance and resourcing at local, national and international levels.
The course runs over five days, 8-12 July.
This course is aimed at students and early-mid career professionals with a general interest or experience in global/public health and/or international development and a specific interest in the intersection between health and the public security sector. No prior knowledge is required.