Protecting the workforce

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GUIDANCE – Supporting the wellbeing of Internet Child Abuse Teams (ICAT) – New College Guidance

A brand new short guidance document entitled 'Supporting the wellbeing of Internet Child Abuse Teams (ICAT)' has been published by the Colle...

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Looking after the square pegs – Blog by John Nelson, Chair of NPAA

Are we approaching workplace stress the wrong way? The last couple of years have seen an increased recognition of the importance of staff w...

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Physical Activity, Healthy Eating and Healthier Weight: a toolkit for employers

Public Health England and Business in the Community have published a physical activity, healthy eating and healthier weight toolkit aim...

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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 th...

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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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Police Mutual Wellbeing Toolkit

In 2014, Police Mutual provided funding to Lancashire Constabulary to develop a Wellbeing Toolkit. Working together with Dr Ian Hesketh, the...

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Sleep and Recovery – Toolkit for employers

Public health England and  Business in the Community have this month published the first ever sleep and recovery toolkit aimed at ...

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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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Thriving at Work – The Stevenson / Farmer Review

The Stephenson / Farmer Review is an independent review into how employers can better support the mental health of all people currently in e...

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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...