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Trauma Resilience in UK Policing

 
Read more at: Early Career Award Winner

Early Career Award Winner

Dr Jess Miller won the University of Cambridge Vice-Chancellor’s Research Impact and Engagement Award for her work on police mental health.

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Read more at: Dr Jess Miller in Channel 4 Dispatches: how do police officers cope with repeated assaults?

Dr Jess Miller in Channel 4 Dispatches: how do police officers cope with repeated assaults?

Our lead researcher, Dr Jess Miller, was interviewed by former policeman Dan Clark-Neal for Channel 4 Dispatches .

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Read more at: Policing: The Job & The Life Survey hits the headlines

Policing: The Job & The Life Survey hits the headlines

Initial findings from the survey (funded by Police Care UK) hit headline news on 9th May across the UK.

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Read more at: Trauma Resilience Project on BBC Inside Out and Sussex Breakfast News

Trauma Resilience Project on BBC Inside Out and Sussex Breakfast News

BBC's Inside Out on January 28th covered much of the Trauma Resilience in UK Policing project.

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Read more at: NEW GUIDANCE: Self-Support Techniques After a Traumatic Incident

NEW GUIDANCE: Self-Support Techniques After a Traumatic Incident

Policing is exciting, challenging and often dangerous work.

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Read more at: UpBeat! 2019 Conference

UpBeat! 2019 Conference

Dr Jess Miller, Research Fellow for this Trauma Resilience in UK Policing project spoke at the 2019 national #UpBeat! conference about training in trauma processing techniques and the challenges of dealing with trauma exposure in Child Sexual Exploitation work.

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Read more at: Post-Incident Processing Techniques for New Recruits: GMP Early Success!

Post-Incident Processing Techniques for New Recruits: GMP Early Success!

Initial findings (September 2018) from the Post-Incident Trauma Processing Techniques RCT with new recruits at Greater Manchester Police already suggest that the techniques improve both wellbeing and recall...

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Read more at: Policing: The Job & The life Survey 2018

Policing: The Job & The life Survey 2018

The UK's first police survey to assess trauma management and working conditions takes place in October 2018, across all forces.

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Read more at: Taming the Brain: Neuroscience in partnership with policing 2018

Taming the Brain: Neuroscience in partnership with policing 2018

CCCU Policing Research Conference 2018 Taming the Wicked Problems in Partnership

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Read more at: "Taming The Wicked (Brain)" Conference, CCCUPR 2018

"Taming The Wicked (Brain)" Conference, CCCUPR 2018

Dr Jess Miller presented to the Taming The Wicked Partnerships conference hosted by CCCUPR, Canterbury in June 2018.

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Early Career Award Winner

15 October 2019

Dr Jess Miller won the University of Cambridge Vice-Chancellor’s Research Impact and Engagement Award for her work on police mental health.

Dr Jess Miller in Channel 4 Dispatches: how do police officers cope with repeated assaults?

1 July 2019

Our lead researcher, Dr Jess Miller, was interviewed by former policeman Dan Clark-Neal for Channel 4 Dispatches .

Policing: The Job & The Life Survey hits the headlines

9 May 2019

Initial findings from the survey (funded by Police Care UK) hit headline news on 9th May across the UK.