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Trauma Resilience in UK Policing

 
Read more at: Policing Trauma and Surfwell on the BBC: We Are England

Policing Trauma and Surfwell on the BBC: We Are England

Dr Jess joins the amazing Surfwell Team to talk about policing, mental health and the impact of nature and an open mind on trauma resilience. To view the episode trailer, click here


Read more at: Policing Blog for Global Compassion Coalition

Policing Blog for Global Compassion Coalition

Dr Jess talks openly about the current pressures on the UK police force and how the dynamic of compassion works both ways between policing and the social world we live in. To read the blog and hear more about the fantastic work of this pioneering coalition, click here


Read more at: Sunday Times article : Special Measures, trauma and policing

Sunday Times article : Special Measures, trauma and policing

processed-7607bc32-902b-4cec-822c-ab29467a0ccd_mfykmuy2.jpeg Article in the Sunday Times featuring our research on working conditions and PTSD in contemporary UK policing, see: What it’s really like to be a police officer: ‘We get called murderers and rapists’ | The Sunday Times Magazine | The Sunday Times (thetimes.co.uk)


Read more at: #breakthebias article for Transforming Society: coming out

#breakthebias article for Transforming Society: coming out

Jess writes honestly for the first time on stigma in her work with the police in academia, and on her own personal experience of gender fluidity. Quite a moment in many ways! Transforming Society ~ Women in academia and practice: Jessica K. Miller


Read more at: FIRST BOOK "The Policing Mind: Trauma Resilience for a New Era"

FIRST BOOK "The Policing Mind: Trauma Resilience for a New Era"

SO. Over 10 years of research written up in a practical guide with the odd titter, too. Not much to say, other than if you'd like to read it, please read it! And if you think it works, please share it. Policy Press | The Policing Mind - Developing Trauma Resilience for a New Era, By Jessica K. Miller (...


Read more at: Jess joins The Royal Foundation 2021-2022

Jess joins The Royal Foundation 2021-2022

Jess Miller is taking the Trauma Resiliene in UK Policing project to the fantastic Emergency Responders programme of work being undertaken by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Specialising in trauma support, Jess will be contributing to new provision to be unveiled later this year, so watch this space! For more informaion...


Read more at: The BIG THREE: Dr Jess and Prof Neil Greenberg on what makes for resilience

The BIG THREE: Dr Jess and Prof Neil Greenberg on what makes for resilience

In August, Dr Jess Miller caught up with Professor Neil Greenberg to talk about how easing in restrictions brings responsibility back to organisations and individuals to consider Covid resilience and how this also plays out in trauma management, especially in the Emergency Response sector. The three components of peer...


Read more at: Police Traumatic Events Checklist at BPS Conference

Police Traumatic Events Checklist at BPS Conference

Our research with Mary Elliott-Davies, one of PFEW’s leading Research practitioners, into the effects of trauma exposure on police officers, including that of incidents specific to the Covid-19 pandemic, featured at annual the DFP conference for the British Psychological Society’s Division of Forensic Psychology (DFP) this...


Read more at: New Police Traumatic Events Checklist now published!

New Police Traumatic Events Checklist now published!

Police Care UK and the PFEW have worked with the University of Cambridge to produce the first UK Police Traumatic Events Checklist (PTEC) designed to represent the most frequently reported "worst jobs" which officers and staff experience in the service. The tool is being congitively tested in 2021 to demonstrate its value...


Read more at: Dr Jess Miller with Prof Neil Greenberg in discussion on the latest on trauma

Dr Jess Miller with Prof Neil Greenberg in discussion on the latest on trauma

In March, Jess was lucky enough to spend some quality time with one of her trauma resilience guru's, Prof Neil Greenberg, catching up with the latest research on all things TRiM, TIPT, reseilience and peer support. The best take home message is that resilience is about knowing when to ask for help and that, as with so many...


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Policing Trauma and Surfwell on the BBC: We Are England

27 January 2023

Dr Jess joins the amazing Surfwell Team to talk about policing, mental health and the impact of nature and an open mind on trauma resilience. To view the episode trailer, click here

Policing Blog for Global Compassion Coalition

27 January 2023

Dr Jess talks openly about the current pressures on the UK police force and how the dynamic of compassion works both ways between policing and the social world we live in. To read the blog and hear more about the fantastic work of this pioneering coalition, click here

Sunday Times article : Special Measures, trauma and policing

1 August 2022

processed-7607bc32-902b-4cec-822c-ab29467a0ccd_mfykmuy2.jpeg Article in the Sunday Times featuring our research on working conditions and PTSD in contemporary UK policing, see: What it’s really like to be a police officer: ‘We get called murderers and rapists’ | The Sunday Times Magazine | The Sunday Times (thetimes.co.uk)

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