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Current Outputs List for 2019

Adams, Hart, Iacovides, Beavers, Olivera and Margoudi 2019 Co-created evaluation: Identifying how games support police learning. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 132 pp. 34-44.

Alrimawi, F., Pasquale, L. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) On the automated management of security incidents in smart space. IEEE Access, 7 pp. 111513-111527.

Bandy, G. (2019) Finance toolkit. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, September 2019.

Bates, L. (forthcoming) Male victims of honour-based violence in England: Who does what to whom – and why? In: Idriss, M.M. and Abbas, T. (eds) Men, Masculinities and ‘Honour’-Based Violence. Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge-Cavendish.

Bates, L. and Hester, M. (2019) No longer a civil matter? The design and use of protection orders for domestic violence in England and Wales. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law (In press).

Beashel, Parker, Benton, Sutherland & Hartley 2019 Public value and rural policing [Online], Police Professional

Bennaceur, A., Tun, T., Yu, Y. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) Requirements engineering. In: Cha, Sungdeok (Steve); Taylor, Richard N. and Kang, Kyo C. (eds) Handbook of Software Engineering. Springer, pp. 51-92.

Bennaceur, A., Ghezzi, C., Tei, K., Kehrer, T., Weyns, D., Calinescu, R., Dustdar, S., Honiden, S., Ishikawa, F., Jin, Z., Kramer, J., Litoiu, M., Loreti, M., Moreno, G., Muller, H., Nenzi, L., Nuseibeh, B., Pasquale, L., Reisig, W., Schmidt, H., Tsigkanos, C. and Zhao, H.Z. (2019) Modelling and analysing resilient cyber-physical systems. In: 14th Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems 2019, 25-26 May 2019, Montreal, Canada.

Bennaceur, A., Zisman, A., Mccormick, C., Barthaud, D. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) Won’t take no for an answer: Resource-driven requirements adaptation. In: 14th Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems 2019, 25-26 May 2019, Montreal, Canada.

Bennasar, M., Mccormick, C., Price, B., Gooch, D., Stuart, A., Mehta, V., Clare, L., Bennaceur, A., Cohen, J., Bandara, A., Levine, M. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) A sensor platform for non-invasive remote monitoring of older adults in real time. In: Innovation in Medicine and Healthcare Systems, and Multimedia. Singapore: Springer, pp. 125-135.

Benington & Hartley 2019 Action research to develop the theory and practice of public value as a contested democratic practice In: Lindgreen, Koenig-Lewis, Kitchener, Brewer, Moore & Meynhardt (eds) Public Value: Deepening, Enriching, and Broadening the Theory and Practice of Creating Public Value. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 143-158.

Bloom 2019 How would you respond to social discrimination? OpenLearn course [Online] [Accessed 06122019].

Bloom, Minocha and Alain 2019 Virtual inclusion: digital toolkit. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, May 2019.

Briggs 2019 Are you a focused driver? OpenLearn course [Online] [Accessed 06122019].

Bristow 2019 Empowering learning. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, October 2019.

Bui, N.D.Q., Yu, Y. and Jiang, L. (2019) SAR: Learning cross-language API mappings with little knowledge. In: ESEC/FSE 2019 Proceedings of the 2019 27th ACM Joint Meeting on European Software Engineering Conference and Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (Apel, Sven and Russo, Alessandra eds.), ACM pp. 796-806.

Bui, N., Yu, Y. and Jiang, L. (2019) Bilateral dependency neural networks for cross-language algorithm classification. In: The 26th IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering (Lo, David and Shihab, Emad eds.), 24-27 Feb 2019, Hangzhou, China. IEEE Computer Society.

Elphick, C. (2019) Measuring recognition in line-ups with pupillometry. Developments in facial identification from eyewitness testimony, Leicestershire, October 2019.

Elphick, Pike, & Hole 2019 You can Believe your Eyes: Measuring Implicit Recognition in a Lineup with Pupillometry. Psychology, Crime and Law.

Fernie, Khalil & Hartley 2019 Systematic literature review: Professional learning and development in occupations relevant to policing. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, May 2019.

Gangoli, G., Bates, L. and Hester, M. (2019) What does justice mean to black and minority ethnic (BME) victims/survivors of gender-based violence? Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Harding, R., Hartley, J., Martin, D. and Khalil, L. (2019) Police learning and development:  Destination map 2025 – development and design of a future learning and development model for UK policing. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, October 2019.

Harding, R., Hartley, J., Martin, D., Khalil, L. and Jones, M. (2019) Ready or not? Assessing organizational readiness for change in a public service (conference paper), British Academy of Management, Aston University, September 2019.

Harding, R., Martin, D., Hartley, J. and Khalil, L. (2019) Collaborative deep dive (an action research case study) report of findings Force 4. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, May 2019.

Harding, R., Martin, D., Khalil, L., O’Neil, A. and Hartley, J. (2019) Collaborative deep dive (an action research case study) report of findings Force 3. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, May 2019.

Hartley, Parker & Beashel 2019 Leading and recognizing public value. Public Administration, 97(2) pp. 264-278.

​Hartley, Sancino, Bennister and Resodihardjo 2019 Leadership for public value: Political astuteness as a conceptual link. Public Administration, 97(2) pp. 239-249.

​Hartley, Sancino, Bennister and Resodihardjo 2019 Political astuteness: A necessary requirement for leaders wishing to create public value. PUBLIC: ESADE Center for Public Governance e-bulletin.

Hartley, J., Walley, P. and Walkington, Z. (2019) Open and distance learning in policing: Academic-practitioner collaboration. The Open University/Makerere University conference, Kampala: Uganda, December.

Havard, C. (2019) Does image background colour influence facial identification? Developments in facial identification from eyewitness testimony, Leicestershire, October 2019.

Havard, C., Richter, S. and Thirkettle, M. (2019) Effects of changes in background colour on the identification of own and other race faces. I-Perfection, 10(2) pp. 1-11.

Hesketh & Tehrani 2019 ‘Supporting the Wellbeing of Internet Child Abuse Teams’ College of Policing Ltd.

Hidaka, S., Hu, Z., Litoiu, M., Liu, L., Martin, P., Peng, X., Wang, G. and Yu, Y. (2019) Design and engineering of adaptive software systems. In: Yu, Yijun; Bandara, Arosha; Honiden, Shinichi; Hu, Zhenjiang; Tamai, Tetsuo; Muller, Hausi; Mylopoulos, John and Nuseibeh, Bashar (eds) Engineering Adaptive Software Systems. Singapore: Springer, Singapore, pp. 1–33.

Kadry 2019 Practical considerations for implementing an evidence-based policing approach in police operations: a case study. Policing and Society.

Khalil, L., Harding, R. and Hartley, J. (with IFF Survey) (2019) Implementing transformation of police learning and development: Follow up survey report. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, September.

Khalil, L. and Liu, S. (2019) Learning from other professions: Insights for policing from the professionalisation journeys of paramedics and nursing. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, February.

King, H., Harrison, G. and Pike, G. (2019) Exploring voluntary sector provision of wellbeing support to policing personnel. Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference, Birmingham, September.

Krasodomski-Jones, Bloom and Mohamud 2019 Virtual inclusion. Report. London, Demos.

Liu, H., Yu, Y., Li, B., Yang, Y. and Jia, R. (2019) Are smell-based metrics actually useful in effort-aware structural change-proneness prediction? An empirical study. In: Proceedings of the 25th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC 2018).

Lopez, T., Sharp, H., Tun, T., Bandara, A., Levine, M. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) Hopefully we are mostly secure: Views on secure code in professional practice. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering, pp. 61-68.

Lopez, T., Sharp, H., Tun, T., Bandara, A., Levine, M. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) Talking about security with professional developers. In: 7th International Workshop Series on Conducting Empirical Studies in Industry (CESSER-IP), Montreal: Canada, May.

Lopez, T., Tun, T., Bandara, A., Levine, M., Nuseibeh, B. and Sharp, H. (2019) An anatomy of security conversations in stack overflow. In: 41st ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering, Montreal: Canada, pp. 31-40.

Lopez, T., Tun, T., Bandara, A., Levine, M., Nuseibeh, B. and Sharp, H. (2019) Taking the middle path: Learning about security through online social interaction. IEEE Software (Early Access).

Luo, Y., Yu, Y., Jin, Z. and Zhao, H. (2019) Environment-centric safety requirements for autonomous unmanned systems. In: 27th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE’19), Jeju: Korea, IEEE.

Maia, P., Vieira, L., Chagas, M., Yu, Y., Zisman, A. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) Dragonfly: a tool for simulating self-adaptive drone behaviours. In: SEAMS ’19 Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems, IEEE pp. 107-113.

Martin, D., Hartley, J., Khalil, L. and Harding, R. (2019) Strategic narrative for learning and development, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, September.

Martin, D., Khalil, L. and Harding, R. (2019) Collaborative deep dive summary report. Report. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open Universoty, Milton Keynes, November. 

Moreton, Pike & Havard 2019 A task- and role-based perspective on super-recognisers: Commentary on ‘Super-recognisers: From the laboratory to the world and back again’. British Journal of Psychology, 110(3) pp. 486-488.

Papathoma, T. (2019) Toolkit for digital learning. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, August 2019.

Perera, C., Barhamgi, M., Bandara, A., Ajmal, M., Price, B. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) Designing privacy-aware internet of things applications. Information Sciences (In Press).

Peters, F., Tun, T., Yu, Y. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) Text filtering and ranking for security bug report prediction. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 45(6) pp. 615-631.

Pike, Brace, Turner & Vredeveldt 2019 The effect of facial composite construction on eyewitness identification accuracy in an ecologically valid paradigm. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 46(2), 319-336.

Pike, Brace, Turner, Ness & Vredeveldt 2019 Advances in facial composite tecnology, utlising holistic construction, do not lead to an increase in eyewitness misidentifcations compared to older feature-based systems. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, article no. 1962.

Pike, G. (2019) Does composite construction affect subsequent eyewitness identification accuracy? Developments in facial identification from eyewitness testimony, Leicestershire, October 2019.

Pike, G. (2019) Forensic Psychology. In: McLaughlin, Eugene and Muncie, John eds. The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (4th Edition). Sage.

Rosen, Crafter & Meetoo 2019 An absent presence: Separated child migrants’ caring practices and the fortified neoliberal state. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Rowe 2019 Visible policing. Website [Online] [Accessed 30042019].

​Salter 2019 Detective sergeants experiences of complex demand, competing pressures and resilience (report), Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, April 2019.

Smolovic-Jones 2019 How to complete a PhD in time and up to standard (presentation) Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, June 2019.

​Storey, Holti, Hartley and Marshall 2019 Devolving healthcare services redesign to local clinical leaders: Does it work in practice? Journal of Health Organization and Management, 33(2) pp. 188-203.

​The Open University 2019 Virtual inclusion. Apple App Store [Mobile app] [Accessed 06122019].

​The Open University 2019 Virtual inclusion. Google Play Store [Mobile app] [Accessed 06122019].

Tomkins 2019 Leadership and organisational learning. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, October 2019.

Tomkins 2019 Learning and Health: Discourses of Reinvention. In: Tomkins, Leah and Pritchard, Katrina eds. Health at Work: Critical Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 67–82.

Tomkins 2019 Learning and well-being: Safety, failure, fault and blame. Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, October 2019.

​Tomkins, Hartley and Bristow 2019 Asymmetries of Leadership: Agency, Response and Reason. Leadership (In Press).

Walkington, Pike, Strathie, Havard, Harrison & Ness 2019 Entitlement to tell on police Facebook sites Cyberpsychology, Behaviour and Social Networking, 22(5) pp. 355-357.

Walkington, Ashton Wigman and Bowles 2019 The impact of narratives and transportation on empathic responding. Poetics (In Press).

Walkington, Z., Ashton Wigman, S. and Bowles, D. (2019) The impact of narratives on empathic responding to non-positive role models (Poster). International Convention of Psychological Science, Paris, March 2019.

Walley & Adams 2019 An Evaluation of Demand Management Practices in UK Police Forces (report), Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University, Milton Keynes, April 2019.

Walley, P. and Adams, M. (2019) Demand and capacity management practices in austerity: A study across UK police forces. Operations: Adding Value to Society, Euroma Conference, Helsinki, 17-19 June 2019.

Walley, Found and Williams 2019 Failure demand: a concept evaluation in UK primary care. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 32(1) pp. 21-33.

Wilkins, D., Nuseibeh, B. and Levine, M. (2019) Monetize this? Marketized-commons platforms, new opportunities and challenges for collective action. In: HCII 2019, Proceedings Part III: Human-Computer Interaction. Design Practice in Contemporary Societies, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, pp. 130-147.

Yu, Y. (2019) FAST: Flattening abstract syntax trees for efficiency. In: 41st ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering, 25-31 May 2019, Montreal, Canada, ACM and IEEE.

Yu, Y., Bandara, A., Honiden, S., Hu, Z., Tamai, T., Muller, H., Mylopoulos, J. and Nuseibeh, B eds. (2019) Engineering adaptive software systems. Springer Singapore.

Yu, Y., Barthaud, D., Price, B., Bandara, A., Zisman, A. and Nuseibeh, B. (2019) LiveBox: A self-adaptive forensic-ready service for drones. IEEE Access, 7 pp. 148401-148412.

Yu, Y., Nobukazu, Y. and Tamai, T. (2019) Assessing security and privacy behavioural risks for self-protection systems. In: Yu, Yijun; Bandara, Arosha; Honiden, Shinichi; Hu, Zhenjiang; Tamai, Tetsuo; Muller, Hausi; Mylopoulos, John and Nuseibeh, Bashar eds. Engineering Adaptive Software Systems. Singapore: Springer, Singapore, pp. 135–147.

Yu, Y., Wang, X., Dil, A. and Rauf, I. (2019) Teaching the art of computer programming at a distance by generating dialogues using deep neural networks. In: 28th ICDE World Conference on Online Learning, 3-7 Nov 2019, Dublin, Ireland (In Press).

 

2018 Outputs

Adams 2018 Winning evidence Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Bandy & Hartley 2018 Debate: when spending less causes a problem Public Money and Management, 38(1) pp. 52-57

Beashel, J 2018 Leadership to create public value: a case study of Cambridgeshire's response to rural crime, South West Society of Evidence Based Policing, Exeter, December 2018

Blackman, Hartley, Jones, Hesketh, Chase, Ashdown, Woods & Cotton 2018 Making it work: capability for research partnerships that improve lives, Academy of Management conference, Chicago, August 2018

Davies 2018 Complexity science and policing: developing new tools to help make better policy decisions, Policing Insight.

Fernandez & Alani 2018 Contextual semantics for radicalisation detection on Twitter International Semantic Web Conference 2018 California: CEUR

Fernandez, Asif & Alani 2018 Understanding the roots of radicalisation on Twitter 10th ACM Conference on Web Science 2018 Amsterdam: Association for Computing Machinery

Hartley & Khalil 2018 Implementing the transformation of police training learning and development: baseline survey report Centre for Policing Research and Learning: The Open University

Hartley & Rashman 2018 Innovation and inter-organizational learning in the context of public service reform International Review of Administrative Sciences, 18

Hartley 2018 Academics and practitioners collaborating in leadership research British Academy of Management London

Hartley 2018 Keynote talk: ten public leadership propositions, Public and Political Leadership conference, Stockholm, April 2018.

Hartley 2018 Ten propositions about public leadership, International Journal of Public Leadership, vol. 14, no. 4,  pp. 202-217.

Hartley, Kiefer, Hardy and Palaima 2018 Workforce perceptions of organizational change and how these relate, over time, to objective measures of individual and organisational performance, Report to Dorset Police, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Hartley, Parker & Beashel 2018 Leading and recognising public value Public Administration

Johnson, Fortune & Bromley 2018 Multilevel systems and policy In: Mitleton-Kelly, Paraskevas & Day (eds) Handbook of Research Methods in Complexity Science and their Applications London: Edward Elgar Publishing

Khalil, Hartley & Benington 2018 Leadership to foster peacebuilding: social identity and leadership in violently divided societies, Organization Studies workshop, Samos, Greece, May 2018.

Laing, Campbell, Jones & Strohmayer 2018 Trans sex workers in the UK: security, services and safety, in Sanders and Laing (eds) Policing the sex industry: protection, paternalism and politics, London, Routledge, pp. 39-52.

Lali, Pike & Ness 2018 How to develop evidence based practice to support witnesses on the autistic spectrum (ASD) when they give evidence Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing 2018 Milton Keynes: Centre for Policing Research and Learning

Mullholland 2018 Organised Crime Group mapping project progress report, Centre for Policing Research and Learning: The Open University

Parker, Hartley, Beashel & Vo 2018 Leadership to create public value: findings from a case study pf multi-agency victim support hub, Public and Political Leadership Conference, Stockholm. April 2018

Pike, Brace, Turner and Vredeveldt 2018 The effect of facial composite construction on eyewitness identification accuracy in an eclogically valid pardigm, Criminal Justice Behaviour.

Pike & Clark 2018 Identification evidence In: Griffiths & Milne (eds) The Psychology of Criminal Investigation: From Theory to Practice Issues in Forensic Psychology, Routledge pp. 133-53

Pike & Gore 2018 The Challenges of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) In: Baxter, Callaghan & Mcavoy (eds) Creativity and Critique in Online Learning: Exploring and Examining Innovations in Online Pedagogy Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Pike 2018 The CSI effect Metro [Online]  [Accessed 290518]

Pike, Westmarland, Conway & Rowe 2018 Public and police perceptions of policing ethics Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing 2018 Milton Keynes

Thirkettle, Lewis, Langridge & Pike 2018 OU brainwave: a mobile app delivering a gamified battery of cognitive tests designed for repeated play, JMIR Serious Games, vol. 6, no. 4, Oct-Dec

Tomkins & Hartley 2018 The forward look: Proposals for Phase 2 action research Proposals for Phase 2 action research, Centre for Policing Research and Learning: The Open University

Tomkins, Hartley & Arney 2018 Report from the Scoping Study, Centre for Policing Research and Learning: The Open University

Tomkins, Hartley & Bristow 2018 Learning and well-being: safety, failure, fault and blame, Milton Keynes, The Open University

Vo 2018 Discussion piece: It’s not just time away: The value of secondments in policing In: Police (ed) Thames Valley Police Journal: Sharing TVP research and practice Kidlington

Walkington, Pike, Strathie, Havard, Ness & Harrison 2018 The use of Facebook in creating police identity Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing 2018, Milton Keynes, The Open University

Walkington, Pike, Strathie, Havard, Ness & Harrison 2018 Are you talking to me? How identity is constructed on police-owned Facebook sites Narrative Inquiry, 28(2) pp. 280-300

Walley & Jennison-Phillips 2018 A study of non-urgent demand to identify opportunities for demand reduction Policing: a Journal of Policy and Practice, p034, 1-13

Walley & Jennison-Phillips 2018 Service quality in policing: a failure demand perspective QMOD Conference Cardiff: QMOD

 

2017 Outputs

Beashel, Parker, Hartley & Vo 2017 Leadership to create public value: a case study of a multi-agency victims hub Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Birkett & Pike 2017 Exploring rapport and communication methods between Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS) and CHIS Handlers throughout a CHIS lifecycle Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Birkett & Pike 2017 Report to the NCA: exploring rapport and communication methods between Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS) and CHIS Handlers throughout a CHIS lifecycle Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Bloom 2017 Report on the evaluation of the 'collaborative problem solving for community safety' course Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Bryson, Sancino, Benington & Sorensen 2017 Toward a multi-actor theory of public value co-creation Public Management Review, 19, 640-654

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Demand and capacity management within the police service, Dr Paul Walley, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Demo of Social-Lift: Handling Facebook Evidence using Verifiable Limited Disclosure, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Evidence based management in policing, Professor Rob Briner, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Evidence based practice, Professor Rob Briner

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Eye-witness identification, Dr Catriona Havard

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Gut and intuition, Professor Rob Briner, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Handling facebook evidence using verifiable limited disclosure, Prof Bashar A Nuseibeh, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 How can the police produce trust in an information age? Professor Albert Meijer, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 How does this research contribute to our understanding of public leadership?, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Introducing PUPOL 2017, Dr Alessandro Sancino 2017 PUPOL conference (Academic Network Public and Political Leadership) , The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Introduction from the associate dean research and scholarship, Professor Siv Vangen 2017 PUPOL conference (Academic Network Public and Political Leadership) , The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Introduction to evidence based management, Dr Carolyn Wilkins, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Introduction to the public leadership perspectives event, Professor Jean Hartley, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Leadership to create public value and Q-methodology, Quoc Vo, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Obstacles to evidence-based management - cognitive biases, Professor Rob Briner, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Obstacles to evidence-based management - fads and fashions, Professor Rob Briner, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Obstacles to evidence-based management - power and politics, Professor Rob Briner, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Part time PhD experiences in the police, Dr Steven Chase, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Part time PhD experiences in the police, Ben Hargreaves, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Part time PhD experiences in the police, Dr Ian Hesketh, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Police use of social media, Nick Keane, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Post-heroic leadership: really??!! Professor Barbara Crosby and Professor John Bryson 2017 PUPOL conference (Academic Network Public and Political Leadership) , The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Reducing demand by meeting needs effectively, Anna Jennison-Phillips, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Social-Lift Facebook Application website, The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 The four areas of evidence-based management, Professor Rob Briner

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 The high cost of CEO leadership Dr Peter Bloom 2017 PUPOL conference (Academic Network Public and Political Leadership) , The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 The power of place in political and public leadership, Professor Brad Jackson 2017 PUPOL conference (Academic Network Public and Political Leadership), The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2017 Political leadership in the age of governance, Professor Eva Sorensen 2017 PUPOL conference (Academic Network Public and Political Leadership), The Open University

Clough, Adams & Halford 2017 Evidence Cafés and Practitioner Cafés supported by online resources: a route to innovative training in practice based approaches European Police Science and Research Bulletin [Online]

Dum & Johnson 2017 Global systems science and policy In: Johnson, Nowak, Ormerod, Rosewell & Zhang (eds) Non-Equilibrium Social Science and Policy Springer International Publishing

Fernandez 2017 Strategies for effective social media: presentation CPRL: The Open University

Fernandez, Dickinson & Alani 2017 An analysis of UK policing engagement via social media In: G, Mashhadi & Yasseri (eds) Social Informatics, SocInfo 2017, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Cham: Springer International Publishing

Fortune, Johnson & Bromley 2017 An application of systems thinking to the process used to collect, store and use information to fight organised crime working paper Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Gjersoe & Havard 2017 Developmental psychology In: Puri & Treasaden (eds) Forensic Psychiatry London: Hodder Arnold

Hart, Iacovides, Adams, Oliveira & Magroudi 2017 Understanding engagement within the context of a safety critical game In: Sigchi (ed) Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY) Amsterdam

Hartley 2017 Leadership with political astuteness  2nd International Public and Political Leadership Conference Milton Keynes, The Open University

Hartley 2017 Optimism of the will in the co-creation and use of research by academics and practitioners Public Money and Management, 37, 236-239

Hartley, Hesketh & Chase 2017 Education and research for 21st century policing: Collaboration, competition and collusion European Police Science and Research Bulletin [Online]

Hartley, Khalil, Sancino & Sicilia 2017 Public value at the cross-roads: a systematic literature review International Research Society on Public Management Conference Budapest

Havard & Pike 2017 Social media and citizen inquiry Social Media and Policing Conference Milton Keynes, The Open University

Havard 2017 Putting research evidence into practice using the mystery face procedure: final report, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Havard 2017 Putting research evidence into practice using the mystery face procedure: presentation, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Havard 2017 Putting research evidence into practice using the mystery face procedure: summary, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Herodotou & Farrell-Frey 2017 Building sustainable policing – practitioners communities online end of project report Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Highskillzltd 2017 Child witness interview simulator for UK police - trailer - 2017

Johnson 2017 Open questions in multidimensional multilevel network science In: Shmueli, Barzel & Puzis (eds) 3rd International Winter School and Conference on Network Science Cham: Springer International Publishing

Lewis 2017 UK police use of social media: full report, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Ness 2017 Social media and citizen enquiry, Social Media and Policing Conference Milton Keynes, The Open University

Nuseibeh, Tun, Price, Bandara & Yu 2017 Facelift: Handling Facebook Evidence using Verifiable Limited Disclosure Social Media Workshop Milton Keynes, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Parker, Beashel & Hartley 2017 On course?  the leadership of a rural crime initiative   Workshop on Place Leadership Milton Keynes, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Parker, Beashel, Hartley & Vo 2017 Leadership to create public value: a case study of an initiative to address rural crime, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Parker, Hartley, Beashel & Vo 2017 Leadership to create public value in complex and contested situations 2nd International Public and Political Leadership Conference Milton Keynes

Pike & Havard 2017 Visual identification – what works: final report CPRL

Pike & Ness 2017 Social media in citizen enquiry and public engagement Social Media and Policing Conference, Milton Keynes

Pike 2017 The experiment in criminology 2nd Annual Student Criminology Conference, Birmingham

Pike, Harrison, Havard, Ness, Strathie & Walkington 2017 Engaging with social media: policing and citizen enquiry executive summary Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Pike, Harrison, Havard, Ness, Strathie & Walkington 2017 Improving investigations through utilising technology, community and psychology: engaging with social media and citizen enquiry full report Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Pike, Harrison, Havard, Ness, Strathie & Walkington 2017 Improving investigations through utilising technology, community and psychology: engaging with social media and citizen enquiry executive summary Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Rosen, Crafter & Meetoo 2017 A warm welcome?  Unaccompanied migrant children in networks of care and asylum University College London

Saif, Dickinson, Kastler, Fernandez & Alani 2017 A semantic graph-based approach for radicalisation detection on social media ESWC 2017: The Semantic Web Proceedings Portorož: ESWC

Sancino & Resohardijo 2017 Rebuilding of organisational trust after a period of difficulty: presentation, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Schaefer, Smolović Jones & Miranda 2017 Challenged bodies: identities at the front line European Group for Organizational Studies Conference Copenhagen

Schaefer, Smolović Jones & Miranda 2017 Challenges and possibilities of the implementation of the policing Code of Ethics: report, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Stansfield 2017 Peer Learning Visits: participants’ learning and how they applied it in their own forces Summary report, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Strathie 2017 A content analysis of police facebook pages Social Media and Policing Conference Milton Keynes, The Open University

Vo & Hartley 2017 Using Q to assess public value International Research Symposium on Public Management Budapest

Vo, Hartley, Khalil, Beashel & Parker 2017 Understanding public value through policing priorities final report, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Vo, Hartley, Khalil, Beashel & Parker 2017 Understanding public value through policing priorities using Q-methodology executive summary, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Walkington 2017 Are you talking to me?  a qualitative study of facebook use by two police forces Social Media and Policing Conference, Milton Keynes, The Open University

Walley & Jennison-Phillips 2018 Demand management in the public sector: developments and issues EUROMA Conference Edinburgh

 

2016 Outputs

Adams 2016 Game-based learning for police training in child interviewing executive summary Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Alford, Hartley, Yates & Hughes 2016 Into the purple zone: deconstructing the politics/ administration distinction American Review of Public Administration, 1

Bandy 2016 Forensics markets: project abstract Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Bandy 2016 Understanding effectiveness, efficiency and value in police forensic submissions, within England and Wales: final report Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Birkett 2016 Police practitioner - researcher checklist Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Birkett 2016 Police practitioner - researcher ethics Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Birkett 2016 Pracademia – a complex ethical world Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Birkett 2016 Pracademia – a world of opportunity Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Birkett 2016 Pracademia – how a short but sweet collaboration panned out Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Brace 2016 Police interviewing and young offenders: the contribution of speech and language therapy European Association of Psychology and Law Conference Toulouse

Briggs, Turner & Pike 2016 Testing the weapon focus effect: change blindness and eyewitness identification European Association of Psychology and Law Conference Toulouse

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2016 Blackburn Evidence Cafe March 2016,   The Open University

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2016 Interview with Gill Clough, Open University, UK 2016 CEPOL Research and Science Conference (European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training)

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2016 Interview with Ian Hesketh, Lancaster University and College of Policing, UK 2016 CEPOL Research and Science Conference (European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training)

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2016 Interview with Jean Hartley, Open University, UK 2016 CEPOL Research and Science Conference (European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training)

Centre for Policing Research and Learning 2016 Weymouth Evidence Cafe May 2016, The Open University

Farrell-Frey 2016 Building sustainable policing-practitioner communities online executive summary Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Gray, Franqueira & Yu 2016 Forensically-sound analysis of security risks of using local password managers Proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Investigating and Countering Crime Beijing

Harrison, Ness & Skelton 2016 What is 'super' about super-recognisers? Super-Recogniser Conference Edinburgh

Hart, Adams & Oliveira 2016 Evidence-based practice:  innovative training and technical support for UK police professional development  CEPOL Research and Science Conference Budapest

Hartley, Alford, Knies & Douglas 2016 Towards an empirical research agenda for public value theory Public Management Review [Online] Available: https://wwwresearchgatenet/publication/306923420_Towards_an_empirical_research_agenda_for_public_value_theory

Hesketh, Hartley & S 2016 Research based learning and practice in policing in the 21st century CEPOL European Police Research and Science Conference Budapest

Johnson & Fortune 2016 Systems, networks and policy  In: Johnson, Nowak, Ormerod, Rosewell & Zhang (eds) Non-Equilibrium Social Science and Policy Berlin: Springer

Johnson 2016 Embracing n-ary relations in network science   In: Wierzbicki, Brandes, Schweitzer & Pedreschi (eds) Advances in Network Science Wroclaw: Springer

Johnson 2016 Hypernetworks: multidimensional relationships in multilevel systems European Physical Journal Special Topics, E255, 1037-1052

Johnson, Fortune & Bromley 2016 System thinking and complexity in fighting organised crime Conference on Complex Systems, Amsterdam

Khalil & Bandy 2016 Understanding effectiveness, efficiency and value in police forensic submissions within England and Wales: a literature review Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

Lucas, Hartley & Hughes 2016 Designing postgraduate study to support professionalization in policing  CEPOL European Police Research and Science Conference, Budapest

Margoudi, Hart, Adams & Oliveira 2016 Exploring emotion representation to support dialogue in police training on child interviewing Joint International Conference on Serious Games Brisbane: Springer International Publishing

Ness, Pike & Havard 2016 Social media and citizen enquiry European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse

Pike & Westmarland 2016 Comparing practitioner and public perceptions of police integrity European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse

Pike 2016 Face recognition in forensic settings European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse

Pike 2016 Face recognition in forensic settings symposium European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse

Pike 2016 Perceptual impacts on eyewitness identification European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse

Pike 2016 Policing engagement, enquiry and investigation: an interdisciplinary perspective symposia  European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse

Pike 2016 Policing engagement, enquiry and investigation: an interdisciplinary perspective symposium European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse

Pike, Strathie, Turner & Ness 2016 Exploring miscarriages of justice resulting from inaccurate identification evidence Exploring Harm and Evidence Conference, London

Schaefer, Smolović-Jones & Miranda 2016 Challenged bodies: ethical identity at the frontline European Business Ethics Network Annual Conference Nottingham

Schaefer, Smolović-Jones & Miranda 2016 Honouring the code? exploring the ambiguities and antagonisms of ethical identities British Academy of Management Conference Newcastle

Thirkettle, Havard & Richter 2016 Variability of background colour in suspect line-ups and identification accuracy European Association of Psychology and Law Conference Toulouse

Tun, Price, Bandara, Yu & Nuseibeh 2016 Verifiable limited disclosure: reporting and handling digital evidence in police investigations 1st International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Investigating and Countering Crime Beijing

Turner, Pike, Brace & Vredeveldt 2016 Does making a facial composite contaminate witness memory? Ecological validity and framing an innocent suspect European Association of Psychology and Law Toulouse

Walley 2016 Scoping study summary report on demand management, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

 

2015 Outputs

Briggs & Pike 2015 Identity, citizenship and engaging with the criminal justice system European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Nuremberg

Harrison & Pike 2015 Police perceptions of eyewitness evidence and research  European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Nuremberg

Hartley & Hesketh 2015 Public value: a new means to peel an apple?  European Police Research and Science Bulletin [Online], 13 Available: file://userdata/documents6/hk3296/Downloads/127-1-359-1-10-20170719pdf

Hartley & Smolović-Jones 2015 Evidence-based policing through consortium research CEPOL European Police Research and Science Conference, Lisbon

Pike & Harrison 2015 How to improve identification evidence: practitioner hits and academic false alarms HERC Online Series [Online] Available: https://oucriminologywordpresscom/icccr-online-series/

Pike 2015 Facing criminal justice: face perception research and the criminal justice system symposium European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Nuremberg

Pike 2015 Public and police perceptions of psychology and the law symposium European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Nuremberg

Schaefer, Smolović-Jones & Murray 2015 Bearing the burdens of the bureau: challenges and possibilities for the implementation of policing codes of ethics CEPOL European Police Research and Science Conference Lisbon

Walley 2015 The use of failure demand in police services: literature review, Centre for Policing Research and Learning, The Open University

 

2014 Outputs

Havard 2014 Are children less reliable at making visual identifications than adults? A review Psychology, Crime and Law, 20, 372-388

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