Monthly Archives: June 2016

Police Retention… reflections of a researcher

This blog was read out at the end of a presentation by Naomi Bennett from Kent Police at the Policing Under Stress conference last week. It is reflective and honest – it represents the researchers thoughts on a piece of … Continue reading

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Policing Euro 2016 : Managing Risk and Threat | Dr Elaine Brown

Policing Euro 2016 : Managing Risk and Threat  Every four years the eyes of the World fall upon a nation in Europe (or occasionally two), as many enjoy a month of football fever offered by the hosts of the European … Continue reading

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Policing Risk and Threat @ Euro 2016 | Dr Elaine Brown

‘Could heightened security provoke fan unrest at Euro 2016’ Developments since this commentary above was posted (on Thursday 9th June 2016, the commentary in the link covers background on high and low profile policing and understanding risk and threat effectively), … Continue reading

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@wecops NCALT …….the debate by @dannoreynolds and @thebighon

NCALT blog Richard Honess & Dan Reynolds @Wecops This @WeCops blog follows on from the ‘NCALT e-learning’ discussion that was led by our guest Richard Honess to explore what part NCALT e-learning has in modern policing. It is mainly based … Continue reading

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Sergeants / leadership and research. Some thoughts from the sun bed!

Ever since the @wecops debate on the role of sergeants I have been thinking about the vital role this rank plays in a range of different police contexts. My thoughts range from the critical supervisory role with the rank of … Continue reading

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