Examines the nature and impact of visible policing through activities and material practices that shapes perceptions of police
Exploring and understanding how research evidence from the Centre for Policing Research and Learning is used and knowledge mobilised to improve policing practice
This project aims to understand better how senior police officers approach working with elected politicians.
This project seeks to make sense of a key factor influencing the success of both the Uplift programme and the PEQF – the Tutor Constable role.
This research investigated the concept of crisis, explained how crises can lead to blame and why crisis leadership is a key component of policing.
A qualitative analysis of the stories and accounts of officers who have worked with and under the new policing code of ethics.
This project is part of the Centre's research into ways in which demand can be managed and sustainably reduced.
A qualitative analysis of policing professionals engagement with the codes of ethics and how this relates to their professional identity and their practice.
This project looked at how police leaders perceive and conceptualise public value, and whether this is different to the views of the public.
Action research programme to understand and improve knowledge/learning development, deployment and dissemination.
Investigating how forces are addressing mismatches in demand and capacity through changes to policy and practice
This is a major undertaking so the project has been designed as action research – aiming to both understand but also work collaboratively with forces and national agencies to improve the training, learning and development function in police services, both strategically and operationally.
This project looks to understand the culture of the Milton Keynes workforce, so that they can better understand its strengths and weaknesses, and how it can best be delivered for their policing mission.
This project builds on the work of the completed project 'Implementing the transformation of police learning and development'. This project aims to build on the learning, outcomes and momentum generated in the earlier work's products.
This project aims to embed the key findings of the OU's action research project on Organisational Learning (3.07).
The aim of the research is to identify what may be learned from the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exploring the relationship between the learning delivered for rape investigators, their developmental requirements and officer wellbeing.
This project seeks to explore the limited, police specific research in this area and any relevant literature that exists outside of the policing arena.
Wednesday, December 1, 2021 (All day) to Friday, December 3, 2021 (All day)
Thursday, December 9, 2021 - 10:00 to 12:00
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