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E LEARNING by Mr E learning Honess

A (Very) Quick Blog about E-Learning. This week I did my University’s E-Learning package on GDPR & Data Protection. Now I appreciate that this is not the most thrilling topic in the world, however recently I had my Research Ethics … Continue reading

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For my sins – I am talking PEQF again – #degreegate #duckandcover

The term ‘knowledge is power’ is a compelling statement in the context of policing. Knowledge impacts on everything, not just within the police and amongst officers of all ranks and roles, but also within every partnership they attempt to build … Continue reading

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Reflections on ASEBP Conference from me and Ian Hesketh

As we travel home from a superb few days in Philadelphia (where the weather is as unpredictable as my wardrobe) it is time to put pen to paper and relay some reflections about the American Society of Evidence Based Policing … Continue reading

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Direct Entry Scheme: Tell us more about what might affect us! Emma Williams / Jennifer Norman (CCCU) and Dr Fran Boag-Munroe (PFEW)

Direct Entry Scheme: Tell us more about what might affect us!   The messages portrayed in this blog do not reflect the views of the writers – so do not shoot the messengers! The narrative presented here offers insight into … Continue reading

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Defining ‘Elderly’ in the Prison Context – Kelvin Robbins

Huge thanks to Kelvin for adapting this really interesting blog for the site from his excellent assignment submission for his MA programme! This blog, adapted from a November 2017 postgraduate student admission, explores the definition of elderly within a prison … Continue reading

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