Save the Date for LEPH2024: African Regional Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health

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Police and public health deal with many of the same issues, but most often in isolation from each other, and often at cross-purposes. Many of the most urgent and critical current social, humanitarian, security and broad public health issues require an inter-sectoral approach, with police increasingly working to support the achievement of human rights-based public health goals.

The First African Regional Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health, ALEPH2024, is a must-attend conference for anyone involved in the complex and diverse intersections of law enforcement and public health in Africa – police, public health practitioners, community and activists, policymakers and researchers from across many disciplines. In this emerging field it is important to bring together practitioners, policymakers and academics to explore the nature of the myriad interactions between police and public health, and to learn how better to work together to achieve the best safety and wellbeing for the whole community.

The African Regional Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health is set to take place from December 1-4, 2024, in Pretoria, South Africa. Hosted by the University of Pretoria's Faculty of Health Sciences and GLEPHA, this pivotal conference aims to bridge the vital sectors of law enforcement and public health for the betterment of society.

Join the event to explore the critical intersections of police work and public health initiatives, share best practices, and contribute to forming a robust regional network committed to societal welfare and safety. Policymakers, practitioners, researchers, and activists across various disciplines will come together to discuss innovative strategies and collaborate towards shared goals.

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