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Herval Almenoar-Webster joins the Centre

Herval joins the Centre as a Research Assistant working on the Review of the National Learning Network, as part of the “Embedding Officer learning and wellbeing in rape investigations” (Operation Soteria Bluestone) project.

30th November 2022

Recently published book: Valuing Public Innovation - Contributions to Theory and Practice

Professor Jean Hartley (CPRL Academic Director), along with co-writers, has had the book "Valuing Public Innovation - Contributions to Theory and Practice, by Rolf Rønning, Jean Hartley, Lars Fuglsang and Karin Gueijen" published by Palgrave Macmillan in October.

28th November 2022

Paul Wilson joins the Centre

Paul Wilson has recently taken up an interim role as Senior Manager, Partnerships and Operations in the Centre for Policing Research and Learning (CPRL).

28th November 2022

Dr. Elke Loeffler joins the Centre

Dr Elke Loeffler took up her new role as Director of Strategic Partnerships on 01 Novemeber 2022. Find out more about her role and previous professional background.

28th November 2022

Perinatal Mental Health and Policing Life Conference

This conference, hosted by Greater Manchester Police, aims to raise awareness and drive change around perinatal mental health as an important wellbeing issue within UK policing.

Wednesday 18 January 2023, Manchester

8th November 2022

Team Wellbeing Week - A summary by Dr Sarah-Jane Lennie

Dr Sarah-Jane Lennie summarises CPRL's World Mental Health Day week.

26th October 2022

IRSPM Conference - Call for Abstract Submission

The IRSPM are inviting people to submit abstract proposals for their 2023 conference.

19th October 2022

New Paper Published by the Operation Soteria Bluestone Team

A new paper has been published by the Operation Soteria Bluestone team titled "Stress-related psychosocial factors among police officers working on Rape and Serious Sexual (RASSO) cases in one Police Force Area in England: a mixed methods study". 

14th October 2022

New Vacancy - Research Fellow

We are seeking to appoint a Research Fellow to join a team of academic, policing, health and service user partners to evaluate police-led drug diversion (PDD) schemes for drug-involved suspects.

6th October 2022

CPRL wins prestigious research award

We are delighted to announce that we won the research award for “best external collaboration and knowledge exchange”.

30th September 2022

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