Blogs

Hear from some of the leading names in Wellbeing from across the country

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BLOG: Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Act 2018 – By CC Andy Rhodes

In this short blog I explain why I think the new Act is well overdue and more importantly why this isn’t just about the legislation itself...

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BLOG: Oscar Kilo – One Year On – By CC Andy Rhodes

Oscar Kilo has been up and running a year now and to mark the occasion, I have penned a few words that attempt to capture what has been achi...

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Where is the UK on its journey to provide world class wellbeing support for its people? By CC Rhodes

I’ve decided to hit the keyboard after spending some quality time sharing research, practice and learning with colleagues from across the ...

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Trauma processing and resilience in operational policing may be closer than we think – A blog by Dr Jess Miller

Dr Jess Miller is Research Fellow at the Police Dependants’ Trust and the University of Cambridge and lead for the Trauma Resilience in UK...

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Time to Talk Day – Blog by Chief Constable Andy Rhodes

Today is an important day , it’s another opportunity to stand up and say it’s ok to talk about how healthy our minds are. Nobody is sure...

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A healthy workforce in the emergency services – By Linda Hindle, Public Health England

Public Health England's National Engagement Lead for Police, Fire and Ambulance Services, Linda Hindle, shares her views on the importance o...

Musculoskeletal Health: A Partnership Approach – By Ginder Narle

Musculoskeletal conditions affect over 10 million people and are the leading cause of disability in England, according to the Global Burden ...

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World Mental Health Day 2017

In the last few years, the profile of both physical and mental health has been raised, emerging from a variety of sources such as staff asso...

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Blog by Sarah Jane Lennie: My Research

This is the second part of a blog written for Oscar Kilo by Sarah Jane Lennie, a serving police officer on a career break after fifteen year...

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Bringing Neuroscience to Policing – By Dr Jess Miller

Dr Jessica (Jess) Miller, Neuropsychologist at the Police Dependants’ Trust and the University of Cambridge writes for Oscar Kilo about 'B...