Crime and Justice Research Centre member Dr Monique Mann is currently in Europe holding a series of seminars on the privacy implications of, and regulatory approaches to, new police technology.
In addition to presenting at the European Society of Criminology conference in Muenster, Dr Mann is visiting a number of leading European institutions with specialist departments in law, technology and society, and meeting with the Directors of Data Protection at Eurojust and Europol.
Over the next week, Dr. Mann is delivering the following seminars and conference presentations:
- Automated Facial Recognition Technology: Recent developments and approaches to oversight (at the European Society of Criminology conference in Muenster, Germany)
- European and Australian regulatory approaches to biometric identification technology (seminar at the Research Group on Law, Science, Technology and Society, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium)
- The use of new biometric identification techniques by government and law enforcement: An international comparison (seminar at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, Netherlands)
- EU / Australia Law Enforcement Information Sharing: Practice, privacy and data protection (seminar to Europol and Eurojust in The Hague, Netherlands)