Experts on social networking in policing
At the invitation of Police College, Prof Mick Keelty, former Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, and Associate Prof Nick O'Brien of the Australian Graduate School of Policing in Charles Sturt University, spoke on the topic of "Implications of Social Networking in Policing" at a Management Development Programme (MDP) seminar in the Auditorium at Police Headquarters on May 16.
The speakers have conducted extensive researches into the implications and impacts on the growth of social networking in policing context, with particular reference to the rapid development and possible usage of facial recognition software, and the potential risks of policing, especially covert operations.
Attracting over 100 participants including officers and civilian staff, the seminar was well received. The audience enjoyed the question-and-answer session in which the speakers interactively and openly shared their views. The voice recording of the seminar is available at the Learning Portal in Knowledge Management on POINT.
Police College has invited Dr Victor Fung Kwok-king to address the next MDP seminar in the Auditorium on July 11.
Assistant Commissioner (Service Quality) Peter Morgan presents souvenirs to Prof Keelty (left) and Associate Prof O'Brien
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