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Trauma Resilience in UK Policing

 

The project is governed by a Steering Group with representation from sponsors, academia, clinicians, participating forces and national police wellbeing interventions.

About the team...

  • Sponsor, Gill Scott-Moore, Police Care UK Chief Executive
  • National Wellbeing leads from the College of Policing 
  • Clinical expertise in trauma management from Prof. Chris Brewin
  • Chief Constables & Chief Medical Officers from participating UK police forces
  • Academic expertise in neuropsychology and sociology

The project is hosted at the Department of Sociology, with Dr Brendan Burchell as Principle Investigator and Dr Jess Miller as Research Associate. Jess is also Research Fellow at Police Care UK and is responsible for the design and day-to-day delivery of the study. We are also fortunate to have Dr Magdalena Soffia from the University of Cambridge as our Post Doctoral Researcher specialising in quantitative analysis.

 

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Dr Jess Miller

Research Associate - University of Cambridge
Research Fellow - Police Care UK
 

Dr Brendan Burchell

Principle Investigator
University of Cambridge
 
 

Prof Chris Brewin

Research Associate
University College London
 

Dr Magdalena Soffia

Research Associate
University of Cambridge
 

Mary Elliot-Davies

Research Collaborator
Police Federation of England and Wales
 
 
 

Gill Scott-Moore

Sponsor
CEO Police Care UK

Latest news

New Police Traumatic Events Checklist now published!

21 April 2021

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...

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

12 March 2021

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...

Jess in reindeer ears says Merry Christmas with Mind

20 December 2020

For everyone who has supported the work of the Trauma Resilience in UK Policing project with Police Care UK, this is for you too, courtesy of Mind. A lovely 6 minutes of positivity (click here to hear it from me to you at 5m33 secs ; )