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Does police officer morale have an impact on public perceptions of police legitimacy?

In this blog, Paul McKeever scholar Elena Collins discusses issues relating to police morale and asks police officers to get involved in her research.  I have just put down the phone after speaking to a friend.  Our conversation has left me … Continue reading

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An update from a Paul McKeever Scholar

Being a student on the Paul McKeever Scholarship As a student undertaking an MSc by research as part of the Paul McKeever Scholarship, I am already 4 months into a 12 month programme, as they say time flies when you … Continue reading

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More from the Paul McKeever Scholars!

With a mixture of excitement and fear the students aligned to the PM scholarship attended their first study weekend in the beautiful city of Canterbury. Previous meetings as a group have been brief, so the chance to get together and learn as a group filled us all with excitement. Most of us did not know what to expect, but after sharing our thoughts and feelings with one another were realised that we were all in the same boat. This allowed our smiles to grow somewhat knowing that we were facing the challenges ahead together. Continue reading

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Early words from one of our Paul McKeever Scholars!

‘At scene’ on the @PMScholarship This weekend was the first instalment on the eagerly awaited Paul McKeever Scholarship. It took place at its host university: Canterbury Christ Church University, in the heart of what is a very picturesque city. First … Continue reading

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