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Citizens in Policing Workshop – 10th July 2018

Citizens in Policing: Exploring trends and findings from the national benchmarking exercise and surveys of Special Constables and Police Support Volunteers. This workshop will explore the emerging findings from national research on Citizens in Policing and is hosted by the Institute for Public Safety, Crime and Justice (IPSCJ) in collaboration…

An update on Community Sentence Treatment Requirement from Laura Knight

IPSCJ Director, Laura Knight, gives us an update on the IPSCJ’s evaluation of the Community Sentence Treatment Requirement and explains how work on the ground will help assess the long-term outcomes for women with underlying mental health issues who have pleaded guilty in court. “We’re evaluating a project to increase the…

Employer Supported Policing: What next?

Reflections from workshop discussions | Manchester, February 2018 We have nearly 300 employers signed up to the Employer Supported Policing scheme currently. This could be 3000 in the next 5 to 10 years if the model, communication and energy of policing moved in this direction and created bespoke options to meet…

Early intervention needs to be more than just a catchphrase

By Dr Matthew Callender Early intervention is the catchphrase on everyone’s lips when it comes to ways of really cutting crime, as well as solving the funding crisis that policing finds itself in. It’s clear that the costs of not intervening early when young people show signs of problems are…

Evaluating the Introduction of Coaching in Policing by Dr Berni Doran (video)

In this video, our very own Dr Berni Doran explains the evaluation of police force coaching following its introduction under the EMPAC Organisational Transformation network. Berni details what happened when Northamptonshire police requested an assessment of the coaching programme to see if it had any impact on the leadership and personal management…

Is the Crime Harm Index the future? Dr Laura Knight and Supt. Dave Hill investigate

Two police forces in EMPAC are leading the way in the adoption and implementation of the ‘Crime Harm Index’ (CHI). Developed at the University of Cambridge, does the CHI epitomise EMPAC’s tag line of ‘driving innovation in policing’? Dr Laura Knight and Supt. Dave Hill discuss… Earlier this week EMPAC took representatives…