Citizen Forensics

Citizen Forensics nvestigates how adaptive software architectures could support the contextual information flows required to deliver the community-police collaborations envisaged for Citizen Forensics, preserving key properties such as privacy and forensic-soundness


Publications:

Elphick, Camilla, Philpot, Richard, Zhang, Min, Stuart, Avelie, Walkington, Zoe, Frumkin, Lara, Pike, Graham, Gardner, Kelly, Lacey, Mark, Levine, Mark, Price, Blaine, Bandara, Arosha, Nuseibeh, Bashar, Building trust in digital policing: a scoping review of community policing apps

Participants

Arosha Bandara Blaine Price Bashar Nuseibeh Min Zhang Camilla Elphick Carlos Acre-Plata Graham Pike Lara Frumkin Zoe Walkington

Themes

Software Engineering and Design

Group

Software Engineering and Design Group (SEAD)

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The Citizen Forensics project will investigate how adaptive software architectures could support the contextual information flows required to deliver the community-police collaborations envisaged for Citizen Forensics, preserving key properties such as privacy and forensic-soundness. We aim to develop a socio-technical system aimed at promoting collaboration between citizens and the police through the exchange of data gathered using a variety of digital technologies, and will support the investigation of crimes and enhance public safety.


Publications:

Bandara, Arosha, Zhang, Min, Price, Blaine, Pike, Graham, Elphick, Camilla, Walkington, Zoe, Frumkin, Lara, Philpot, Richard, Levine, Mark, Stuart, Avelie, Nuseibeh, Bashar, Towards Citizen Forensics: Improving Citizen-Police Collaboration

Participants

Blaine Price

Themes

Software Engineering and Design

Topics

Accessibility, Inclusion, Ethics and Social Justice and Diversity

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