The Ethics of Police and Media Stings

May 16, 2019
Department of Philosophy, University of Liverpool

Foresight Centre
1 Brownlow St L69 3GL
United Kingdom

This will be an accessible event, including organized related activities

Sponsor(s):

  • Society for Applied Philosophy

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University of Liverpool

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0900

Registration & Refreshments

Morning Session. Chair: TBC

0915

Christopher Nathan (Warwick)

‘Governing Stings: Regulation and Criminal Justice’

1000

Attila Tanyi (Tromsø)

‘Entrapment and Its Ethics: A Dirty Hands Problem?’

1045

Bethan Loftus (Bangor)

‘Normalising the Exceptional: Covert Surveillance and the Subterranean World of Policing’   

1130

Refreshments

1145

Liat Levanon (KCL)

‘Police Entrapment as a Substitute for Bad Character Evidence’

1230

Lunch

Afternoon Session. Chair: Katerina Hadjimatheou (Essex)

1330

Stephen McLeod (Liverpool)

‘Entrapment and the Public Interest’

1415

Eamonn O’Neill (Edinburgh Napier)

‘Deep Throat, Deep Background or Deep Entrapment: Media Ethics in the Digital Age’

1500

Refreshments

1515

Jeffrey Howard (UCL)

‘The Structure of Subversion’

1600

Daniel Hill (Liverpool)

‘Entrapment and Temptation’

1645

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May 9, 2019, 5:00pm BST

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University of Liverpool

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