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Scottish Collaboration for Law Enforcement & Public Health. Leadership on Government, Policing and Health.
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Supt. Stan Gilmour Aug 4
Early experience of violence or trauma can shorten your life. Why a Public Health approach to violence is so important. Violence is preventable.
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Dr Melissa Jardine Aug 4
Did you know police have a long history of involvement in public health? We highlight some key reading for you
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SCLEPH Aug 4
If basic trust was not in place, we could not have co-created this LEPH agenda for Scotland
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SCLEPH Aug 4
Here, I think the petition appears to reflect a threat to personal values. If one agency believes the other agency is at ‘fault’, then any collaboration will always be under threat. There are cultural perspectives at play here.
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SCLEPH Aug 4
We believe in multi-agency collaborative leadership between policing and public health. You can’t make people collaborate, it needs be co-created, and people have to believe in co-creation because they share the SAME values. 1/2
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LEPH2021 Aug 4
Did you know police have a long history of involvement in public health? We highlight some key readings for you.
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Alex Thomson Jul 2
It's published! Our open access 'Praxis' educational article on OCD and self-harm - by Erika Palombini, Joel Richardson, , and me. Read it free here. Please retweet and share so others can see and learn about this
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#wecops Jul 22
Q1. What is the core role of the police? Police do more than tackle crime, they also maintain order, provide emergency response, safeguarding and contribute to public safety in a broader sense. But is there a core that policing should focus on and if so what is it?
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𝙇𝙚𝙬𝙞𝙨 𝙈𝙖𝙮𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙜 Jul 20
The Guardian view on stabbings: stick to a public-health approach ⁦⁩ we are. Making progress on the links between & violence ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Anastasiia G Kovalenko is writing Jul 17
My first paper, "What Works in Violence Prevention Among Young People?: A Systematic Review of Reviews" has been published today, and I am very excited to share our findings:
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GLEPHA Jul 17
Crisis Intervention Team International are now holding their 2020 conference online from August 24-28 2020.
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SIPR Jul 16
Excited that will present "All Hands On: deliberative democratic ideals, citizen participation, and the practice of public service" at our online event on Wed 2 Sept (12noon) For more information & to register visit
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Inga Heyman Jul 9
With current global events there can never be a better time to bring practitioners, researchers, people with living experiences, and policy makers together to better understand the complex intersect of law enforcement and public health!
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𝚂𝚑𝚊𝚗𝚎 𝙷𝚘𝚛𝚐𝚊𝚗🚔🖥 🔑 Jul 2
Nearing the end of your MSc/Ma and interested in a PhD related to ? Consider applying to our fully funded opportunity to study the effects of the on - relationships in . With me and ! info 👇:
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Dr Andrew Wooff Jul 2
If anyone is thinking of a , please consider coming to and studying with and I. This is a fully funded opportunity in partnership with and supported by . Please RT and pass on to interested people.
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Dr Liz Aston Jun 26
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SCLEPH Jun 18
Well done all!
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SIPR Jun 16
of & for the project “Estimation of Risk for Missing Individuals (ERMI): Development of the First Empirical Risk Assessment and Decision Support Tool for Missing Person Investigations” Congratulations!
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