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Critical Understanding of Predictive Policing (CUPP) is an international project running from 1 February 2021 until 31 January 2024 funded under the NordForsk Research and Innovation Programme on Digitalisation of the Public Sector (project no. 100786). It brings together seven partner organisations from five European countries - Denmark, Norway, Latvia, Estonia and the United Kingdom - to explore the digital transformation of law enforcement and its impact on crime detection and prevention. It aims to identify and critically assess the effects and impact of data-driven police technologies on society and end-users.

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Open debate on the implications of a more digitalised police on November 28, 2022. Hosted by the Velux funded project Welfare after Digitalization…

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CUPP seminar on October 24, 2022, hosted by the Baltic Studies Centre and the Institute of Legal Science, University of Latvia.

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CUPP seminar on October 24, 2022, hosted by the Baltic Studies Centre and the Institute of Legal Science, University of Latvia.

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