Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice FALL COLLOQUIUM

Modulating eventfulness, mitigating potentiality:
Examining the political work of police liaison teams in Ontario

Police Liaison Teams (PLT) have become a primary vehicle to manage Indigenous land defence actions and mass demonstrations. A complex blend of pre-emptive policing and community policing, police liaison interventions extend well beyond the spatio-temporal confines of any given protest. In this talk, Paul Sylvestre adopts a critical geographic perspective on the relationship between space and event to discuss the proliferation of police liaison strategies and to examine the ways in which PLTs territorialize settler state power and subtly reconfigure the political terrain over which political dissent is organized.

DATE
Monday, November 28, 2022

TIME
5:30-7:00 p.m.

LOCATION
Carleton University
Dunton Tower RM 2017

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A photo of Paul Sylvestre, SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow

Speaker
Paul Sylvestre,
SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow


Ph.D. (Human Geography),
Queen’s University


Co-sponsored

A photo of the co-sponsor logo, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies