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Forensic Conversations in Criminal Justice Settings: One-day Symposium

September 11 @ 9:30 am - 5:30 pm BST


Join us for a friendly and informal day of networking, discussions, data sessions and presentations with researchers using EMCA methods (ethnomethodology and conversation analysis) to explore conversations in policing and criminal justice contexts. This could include (but is not limited to) emergency and non-emergency police calls, patrol footage, victim/suspect interviews, courtroom interactions, parole meetings.

Invited Speaker: Dr Emma Tennent, University of Wellington
Title: Help-seeking in calls to the police classified as ‘family harm’

Call for abstracts NOW OPEN
We welcome abstract submissions for both oral presentations and data sessions. Please use this link to submit your abstract. The deadline for abstracts is Friday 31st May.

Oral Presentations: We invite researchers to submit abstracts for oral presentation to share recent findings or ongoing investigations arising from the research around forensic communications.

Data Sessions: We welcome submissions to host small group data sessions working with audio or video recordings and accompanying Jefferson transcripts of communication in criminal justice settings. Data can include any language, but please provide an English translation in your transcript.

Registration for attendees will open in July. If you would like a reminder email when registration opens, please email to request one.

We look forward to seeing you in September.

Emma Richardson (Loughborough University)
Laura Jenkins (Loughborough University)
Alexandra Kent (Keele University)





September 11
9:30 am - 5:30 pm BST
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