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Northern Police Research Webinar - Tri-Service Collaboration

Date of event: February 17, 2023


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Event Briefing

The international Northern Police Research Webinar presents recent research in the field of policing for researchers, practitioners and other interested parties in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The webinar is not recorded.

Presenters: Nadine Dougall, Inga Heyman and Andy Tatnell, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland

Dr Nadine Dougall is Professor of Mental Health & Data Science, Head of Health & Social Care Sciences and Lead for Early Career Researchers within the School of Health & Social Care. She is Co-Director of the Scottish Centre for Policing & Public Health (SCLEPH). SCLEPH has its academic base within the School of Health & Social Care, Edinburgh Napier University and strong links with the Scottish Institute of Policing Research (SIPR). Nadine’s research interests are focused around suicide, vulnerability and agency response to suicidal behavior and mental health distress.

Dr Inga Hayman is an Associate Professor at Edinburg Napier University. She is a registered Adult and Mental Health Nurse and teacher with a clinical, educational and research career in Australia and Scotland spanning 41 years. She is Co-Director of the Scottish collaboration for policing and public Health (SCLEPH). SCLEPH is an international academic and practice collaboration with key external stakeholders including Police Scotland, people and communities with experience of the police/health intersect, The Mental Health Foundation Scotland, the Global Law Enforcement & Public Health Association (GLEPHA), and the Centre for Law Enforcement and Public Health (CLEPH, Melbourne, Australia) amongst others. SCLEPH has its academic base within the School of Health & Social Care, Edinburgh Napier University and has strong links with the Scottish Institute of Policing Research (SIPR).

Dr Andy Tatnell retired from Police Scotland at the rank of Superintendent in 2014 after 30 years police service. Since then, he has completed his PhD with the University of the West of Scotland and undertaken a number of Research Assistant roles supporting principal researchers with policing related academic research studies. These have included exploring the influence of organisational and occupational culture on the co-location of public agencies within the Scottish Crime Campus; the impact of Police Reform in Scotland on the role of Divisional Commanders and Departmental Heads; Policing the COVID-19 Pandemic in Rural Scotland; and most recently, how cross-service collaboration between ambulance, fire, and policing services can improve community safety and wellbeing. Andy’s work has been recognised by SIPR with his appointment as a SIPR Associate.

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Event Programme

12:00 -
- How Cross-Service Collaboration Can Improve Community Safety and Wellbeing - A Rapid Research Evaluation

Event Speaker & Guests

Professor Nadine Dougall Keynote Speaker
Dr Inga Heyman Keynote Speaker
Andy Tatnell Plenary Speaker

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