Policing and the Pandemic - the Scottish experience

Closed 15 Aug 2021

Opened 26 Jul 2021

Results expected 18 Aug 2021


In advance of our virtual RoundTable event "Policing and the Pandemic - the Scottish Experience" we are opening up the facility to submit a question in advance to one of our discussion panels.  

We are running two discussions:

Panel Discussion 1 - Strategy and Insights from Scotland Chaired by Dr Liz Aston (Scottish Institute for Policing Research) and featuring Assistant Chief Constable Gary Ritchie (Police Scotland), Kirsty-Louise Campbell (Head of Strategy and Insight, Police Scotland), Amanda Coulthard (Head of Strategy and Performance, Scottish Police Authority) and Professor Susan McVie (University of Edinburgh)

Panel Discussion 2 - Scotland in Context Chaired by Derek Penman (Chair of the International Advisory Committee, Scottish Institute for Policing Research) and featuring Dr Megan O’Neill (Dundee University), Peter Neyroud, Deputy Chief Constable Malcolm Graham (Police Scotland) and Barry Sillers (Deputy Chief Executive, Scottish Police Authority


Why your views matter

We want to maximise the effectiveness of the event by bringing in as many voices and perspectives as possible on policing during the pandemic.

What happens next

Submitted questions will be reviewed prior to the event.  It is unlikely that the panels will be able to address all pre-submitted questions due to time constraints however every effort will be made to respond to all questions received following the conclusion of the event.  Please include your contact email address.