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EXT. EVENT - Ealing Skeptics ITP "The Skeptical Bobby"


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Price: £3-5

The Skeptical Bobby


Stevyn Colgan

What's the talk about?

Stevyn Colgan is a former member of the Met Police Problem Solving Unit, which developed creative and innovative approaches to issues that did not respond to traditional policing methods. He is an expert on problem-oriented policing and has lectured extensively on the subject throughout the UK and US.

Stevyn is also an author, artist, songwriter, and oddly-spelled Cornishman. He is one of the QI Elves and co-writes its sister show, The Museum of Curiosity for BBC Radio 4.

His latest book Constable Colgan's Connectoscope (Unbound, 2013) is published in paperback on 5th October 2013.

Twitter: @stevyncolgan


 'Superb talk at QEDCon by Stevyn Colgan. Intelligent and humane' - Prof Richard Dawkins

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