Psychological Risk Management

This part of the service will provide two levels of screening tools and guidance which are aimed at assisting police officers and staff who are at risk of, or are experiencing, work related or work affecting mental ill-health and/or trauma related exposure.  Screening allows us to identify the level of risk and respond appropriately to reduce any harm.

Psychological Risk Management

The aim of this part of the National Police Wellbeing Service is to assist Police Officers and Police Staff who are at risk of, or are exper...

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BLOG – The Empty Chair by DS Brad Greenstreet

Detective Sergeant Brad Greenstreet is an officer in the New Zealand Police who has a strong interest in mental health and wellbeing in law ...

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GUIDANCE – HSE Stress Management Standards

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) estimates the costs to society of work-related stress to be around £4 billion each year, while 13.5 m...

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TOOLKIT – HSE Talking Toolkit

Many line managers are nervous about having important conversations with staff, but talking with members of staff is important to help preve...

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RESEARCH: The role of psychological screening for emergency service responders

A brand new research paper has been published examining the role that psychological screening and surveillance can take in improving the de...

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GUIDANCE – Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Policing – College of Policing

A brand new, short guidance document entitled 'Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Policing' has been published by the College of Poli...

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GUIDANCE – Psychological Risk Management: Introduction & Guidance

This paper provides an introduction and guidance to forces considering how to assess and manage areas of policing where there is a higher le...