Multilingual Policing: International Trends and Issues

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In June/July 2016, the Centre for Translation and Interpreting Studies in Scotland (CTISS) brought together over 400 researchers and practitioners from across the world to discuss Future-proofing Interpreting and Translating during the eighth Critical Link Conference (CL 8). Critical Link Conferences are the most important global forum for discussion and knowledge exchange amongst researchers in the field of interpreting and translation, and practitioners who work in multilingual public service settings.
In their Report, Professor Böser and her colleagues discuss the impact of this major Conference, and other research which is aimed at minors and some of the most vulnerable people in society.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScottish Institute for Policing Research
Subtitle of host publicationAnnual Report 2016
PublisherScottish Institute for Policing Research
Pages64-65
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - May 2017

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Boser, U., Monteoliva, E., Napier, J., Skinner, D., & Strani, K. (2017). Multilingual Policing: International Trends and Issues. In Scottish Institute for Policing Research : Annual Report 2016 (pp. 64-65). Scottish Institute for Policing Research.
Boser, Ursula ; Monteoliva, Eloisa ; Napier, Jemina ; Skinner, David ; Strani, Katerina. / Multilingual Policing: International Trends and Issues. Scottish Institute for Policing Research : Annual Report 2016. Scottish Institute for Policing Research, 2017. pp. 64-65
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Boser, U, Monteoliva, E, Napier, J, Skinner, D & Strani, K 2017, Multilingual Policing: International Trends and Issues. in Scottish Institute for Policing Research : Annual Report 2016. Scottish Institute for Policing Research, pp. 64-65.

Multilingual Policing: International Trends and Issues. / Boser, Ursula; Monteoliva, Eloisa; Napier, Jemina; Skinner, David; Strani, Katerina.

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