Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, police staff in the UK and around the world have had to adapt the way they work. Sometimes, technology has been a blessing: video conferencing and new social networks for example, have helped in connecting us all and in getting a good job done.

In other cases, managing technology has been an additional burden, making it more difficult to work.

What about your experience?

What have you done? What did you learn? How can technology be helpful?
Take our short, anonymous survey and please share the link with your colleagues. We want to hear from as many of you as possible.

The survey is open from 9 – 23 July.

From your answers, we will discuss your experience with police wellbeing professionals and tech experts at our ‘International Webinar’ to be held on 25 August 2020. Save the date for an exciting, online, free event.

In addition to Chief Constable Andy Rhodes and Dr Ian Hesketh, National Police Wellbeing Service, representatives from Australia, UK, Canada and the US will share how their police forces are dealing with wellbeing through the pandemic.

There will be limited spaces on the event and we will be announcing details on how to join soon.