Call for Papers: ICT for Development

The 15th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries will be held at Dar es Salaam, in Tanzania on May 1st -3rd 2019. To this conference, calls for papers are out and one of the tracks is “Communities, ICT-Enabled Networks, and Development” – a topic highly relevant for research within technologies and post-conflict human security community policing. Read more here. Continue reading Call for Papers: ICT for Development

Social Media: A tool for COP in Post-Conflict Settings?

Information and communication technologies have changed the way we communicate over the past decade. Social media plays an important role for the provision of security – for police agencies as much as for citizens. The same is true for post-conflict societies, writes Dr Robin Hofmann in this ICT4COP Policy Brief. Community-oriented policing in post-conflict settings can benefit from these developments. But new technologies are no … Continue reading Social Media: A tool for COP in Post-Conflict Settings?