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Conference: Security intelligence files

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"Nicole D. Matthews" <[log in to unmask]>

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Nicole D. Matthews

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Fri, 09 Oct 1998 11:11:30 +0000

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--- Begin Forwarded Message ---
A conference that some of you may be interested in.  Please forward to 
others who might be interested.  Nicole

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Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom

Security and Intelligence Studies Group

Conference: Security Intelligence Files: current issues
regarding use, access and research

Hosted by Centre for Criminal Justice, Liverpool John Moores University

 			Saturday  October 31 1998

Venue: Gladstone Hotel, Lord North Street, Liverpool.

This is the third one-day conference convened by SISG since its inception in 1994. It concentrates on an issue of  central concern to all academics and researchers.   `The Files’ have always been at the heart of security intelligence work but, however old, they were never available to scholars in the UK.  Recently this has started to change with an increasing flow of historical intelligence files to the Public Record Office.  However, a number of important issues remain and this conference provides an opportunity for these to be discussed.  First, what is the impact of CIT on issues of the creation, storage and use of files?  Second, what use is being made of the materials released to the PRO?  This will be an opportunity to discuss with researchers the potential and limits of these materials.   Third, the fact that some intelligence files are finding their way to the PRO must not disguise the fact that many more are not.  Policies of weeding, destruction and extended closure periods all raise issues for researchers: the Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Council on Public Records is currently reviewing the criteria by which Security Service files are selected for archiving.   Fourth, the Government’s current or planned legislation in the areas of Freedom of Information and Data Protection will be discussed with particular reference to the exemption of `national security’.

	The following have confirmed that they will be speaking to the Conference:

Francis Aldhouse, Deputy Registrar, Office of the Data Protection Registrar;
Patrick J. Birkinshaw, Professor of Law, University of Hull;
Ian Leigh, Professor of Law, University of  Durham;
Tim Padfield, Secretary, Advisory Council on Public Records, Public Record Office;
Don Ross, Bull Computers;
Len Scott, Senior Lecturer, Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth;
Blair Southerden, Manager, Investigative Systems, ICL Systems;
John Young, Professor, Department of Politics, University of Leicester.

 
CONFERENCE ARRANGEMENTS

The Conference will take place at the Gladstone Hotel, Lord North Street, Liverpool L3 5QB.  (Tel: 0151-709 7050 Fax: 0151-709 2193)  The hotel is next door to Lime Street railway station and there is free parking for delegates (tokens available from Reception).   

On the evening of Friday October 30 the organisers and speakers will be meeting for dinner in the 39 Steps restaurant at the hotel and you are welcome if you can join us. 

If you are staying overnight in Liverpool then the Gladstone will offer you a discounted rate of (for bed and breakfast) £38.00 or (for dinner, bed and breakfast) £52.00.  To book please contact the hotel directly.

Registration for the  Conference will be at 9.00 am and the programme will run from 9.30am to 4.20 pm.








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Conference: Security Intelligence Files

Please book me a place for October 31, 1998: (circle one)	Student/Retired: £39.00
(£10 discount if you book by September 18)
								SISG Member £69.00
Name:............................................................... 		
Address............................................................		Non-member £89.00
........................................................................
........................................................................	(cheques payable to Security &
Tel. No.............................Fax...........................	    Intelligence Studies Group)

Please return form with payment to: Anne Roberts, Centre for Criminal Justice, Liverpool JMU, Josephine Butler House, 1 Myrtle Street, Liverpool L7 4DN (Tel. 0151-231 3969).


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Nicole D. Matthews
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