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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...

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Policing Insight Feature on Oscar Kilo

Chief Constable Andy Rhodes, who instigated and has led on the development of Oscar Kilo chatted with Gary Mason from Policing Insight this ...

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Musculoskeletal conditions report – Arthritis Research UK

Arthritis Research UK has launched a report exploring why it's essential to consider musculoskeletal health when planning how our health sys...

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Blog by Sarah Jane Lennie: My personal journey

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

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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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Promoting police resiliency through peer support

We recently came across an article published on www.policeone.com which outlines some general guidelines that an efficient peer support prog...

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...

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...