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DSupt. Stan Gilmour
Head of Protecting Vulnerable People and Lead for Violence Reduction
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Katy Barrow-Grint 12h
I have had a lot of contact asking for links to the journal. You can find all editions via google or the TVP website but for ease, here are the links! Please retweet!
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NES Psychology 11h
Today's Caroline Bruce explains ways witnessing or experiencing traumatic events can affect a person’s ‘window of tolerance’ and how trauma informed practice can support them to give effective evidence
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InquiryCSA Dec 11
Asked for her reaction to our investigation report into the Nottinghamshire Councils, actress Samantha Morton described a culture where people fail to accept liability and a system which is not fit for purpose. Watch the interview here, from 8.10 -
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Lewis Mayling Dec 11
Nice to see the college of policing document with referenced and soon (Thames Valley Together) CAPRICORN by PHE is also worth a read
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Green String Network Dec 11
"Trauma-informed policing is the future of efficient prevention of violence including terrorism." Recee GSU officers finding new healing pathways and creating safer and trauma-informed spaces in . with the
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Oxfordshire Young People's Services Dec 11
Coping with stress can sometimes be difficult, but there are things that you can do to help👇. More tips on dealing with stress can be found over on our website.
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SafeLives Dec 10
Today we're publishing our 2018-19 Impact Report! A big thank you to everyone who has worked alongside us to make some real change in the first year of our new strategy
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Trauma Informed Schools UK Dec 11
Results of a study suggest that sleep deprivation in the tween and teen years may interfere with how the brain processes rewards, which could disrupt mood and put a person at risk of depression, as well as risk-taking behaviour and addiction.
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Iain Brennan Dec 10
Announcing six shiny, fully-funded PhD scholarships in policing now available with us and in partnership with . Topics include violence prevention, child safeguarding and organisational effectiveness. .
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DSupt. Stan Gilmour Dec 11
Yes indeed so, I’ve been exploring Trauma Genograms as a mechanism for identifying positive preventive opportunities. More to be done here I think.
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Isa BartkowiakThéron Dec 10
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ADR UK Dec 9
Here’s a sneak peek of our panel session, chaired by our director Emma Gordon, bringing all the speakers from our workshops together. Can you hear the hard minds at work?!
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The King's Fund Dec 10
How can we create a collaborative mindset when working across boundaries in temporary health and care teams? Join our senior leadership and organisational development consultants at this event to find out:
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Lieven Pauwels Dec 10
We are looking for a new Editor in Chief for the European Journal of Criminology, see spread the word
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DSupt. Stan Gilmour Dec 9
I’m in lovely Cardiff this morning to discuss Public Data For Public Good
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ACEs UK Dec 6
This is an example of what happens when are either not known about or not treated. If there is a genuine drive to cut reoffending, dealing with caused by aces is imperative.
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SafeLives Dec 6
New research published today finds survivors of domestic abuse are twice as likely to develop long term health conditions. Domestic abuse is a public health emergency and requires an urgent response
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Routledge Psychology Dec 5
Find out how you can contribute to a special issue of the Clinical Gerontologist, focused on issues related to social inclusion and isolation in older adults. Full details:
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