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DSupt. Stan Gilmour Nov 17
Include the police in that narrative. Trauma Informed Policing has the potential to offer more inclusive and person centred services to our communities.
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DSupt. Stan Gilmour Nov 25
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DSupt. Stan Gilmour Nov 25
Replying to @ktbg1 @ThamesVP and 5 others
Read more about multiagency and public health approaches in violence prevention here:
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Oscar Kilo Nov 20
Have you implemented a fantastic wellbeing programme or intervention in your police force? If so then why not enter the Oscar Kilo Awards. This link will take you to the guidance notes and application form
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Oscar Kilo Nov 12
A good working environment is conducive to wellbeing. Tell us what your Police Force is doing to improve the working environment by entering the Oscar Kilo Awards. Find out how to enter here
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College of Policing Nov 4
Policing is hugely demanding - we know you're exposed to things most people will never experience. To help with your , a officer has developed a free online support package called ‘MindFit Cop’ which you can access via :
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Oscar Kilo Nov 4
For those interested, MindFit Cop can be accessed freely on the Oscar Kilo website - you can work through it at your own pace so why not give it a try 👍🏻
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police and health Nov 1
The Trauma Informed Cities and Communities Working Group in Oslo hears from about the Lancashire experience.
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police and health Nov 1
The Trauma Informed Cities and Communities Working Group in Oslo hears from about the Lancashire experience.
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police and health Nov 1
World Health Organization Working Group for Trauma Informed Cities and Communities underway with good representation from across the UK
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police and health Oct 22
Opportunity to contribute to the development of principles for public health approaches in policing - pls share your thoughts and experiences
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police and health Oct 21
Fantastic threat on public health approaches from
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Rachel Staniforth Oct 21
Early help hubs described by This is how officers can help people simply and with clarity. They () now have out of hours support, including social workers, at the time of greatest need (24/7)
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Linda Hindle Oct 21
New focus is collaborative and preventative; based on trauma informed approaches. Looking forward to hearing lots more about this at
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Linda Hindle Oct 21
talking about the inter generational cycle of trauma and violence and the complexity of the policy response to this, most of which has historically been focused on crisis and avoiding immediate risk
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police and health Oct 21
Arriving at , fantastic 3 days ahead 😃
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Amrit Kaur Purba Oct 16
New systematic review with finds strong evidence demonstrating the impact of organisational stressors on the mental health of police officers.
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Linda Hindle Oct 15
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police and health Oct 15
Food for thought...
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LEPH2019 Oct 9
Australian students presenting at LEPH2019! A story of ACEs & trauma informed practice within a disadvantaged community. Summary at
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