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Wellbeing and engagement in policing: the key to unlocking discretionary effort

A paper entitled 'Wellbeing and engagement in policing: the key to unlocking discretionary effort' written by Dr Ian Hesketh, Prof Cary...

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BLOG – Bringing Neuroscience to Policing – By Dr Jess Miller

Dr Jessica (Jess) Miller, Neuropsychologist at the Police Dependants’ Trust (now Police Care UK) and the University of Cambridge writes fo...

Managing sickness absence in the police service

The Home Office and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are working together to reduce the number of working days lost to ill health and/o...

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‘Oscar Kilo – What’s it all about?’ By CC Andy Rhodes

Oscar Kilo – What’s it all about? This month we launch Oscar Kilo which I believe represents a landmark in our commitment to improve th...

Discretionary Effort – A paper by Dr Ian Hesketh

Discretionary effort, or extra-role effort as it is sometimes called, is work we get from employees that they don’t necessarily have to gi...

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Taking leave of our sickness – a new perspective

During a wellbeing intervention study, Ian Hesketh and Professor Cary Cooper from Lancaster University Management School introduce the conce...

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More about the Blue Light Wellbeing Framework

Why it was developed In the last few years, the profile of both physical and mental health has been raised, emerging from a variety of s...

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About Oscar Kilo – The National Police Wellbeing Service

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkeqvPfpI1c The National Police Wellbeing Service was launched in 2019 to provide support and guidance...