Consultation on Police and HIV

The Consultation was held over one day, Saturday 4 October 2014, in Amsterdam as a satellite meeting to the LEPH2014 conference. This Consultation came about as a result of the recognition of a need for co-ordination and collaboration between all these agencies working with police in the HIV response, and better planning and sharing of resources and experience. It was convened by the Law Enforcement and HIV Network (LEAHN), and co-organised by the Centre for Law Enforcement and Public Health (CLEPH), the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) and Birkbeck School of Law at the University of London. The Consultation and individual delegates received support from Aids Fonds, AIDS Foundation East West, Birkbeck School, COC Nederland, Soros Foundations, UNAIDS , UNDP, UNFPA, UNODC Vienna and Regional and Country offices and WHO.

Link to report from the Consultation on Police and HIV


Innovative Alliances: Police, Health and Social Services working in partnership to address complex issues

CLEPH and Enliven hosted an all day seminar in Melbourne's South East on the 30th October 2013, titled ‘INNOVATIVE ALLIANCES: Police, Health and Social Services working in partnership to address complex issues’. Almost 100 people attended the seminar which showcased local and international examples of innovative collaborations across a range of complex public health and social welfare issues.

Read the seminar report by CLEPH's Greg Denham


Seminar presentations:

  • A Tale of Two Cities: Addressing perceptions of safety in a complex environment
    David Hamra, Team Leader, Community Development, City of Greater Dandenong