Blue Flower

CEPOL captured knowledge and impressions of speakers and participants during the CEPOL 2016 Research and Science Conference that focused on Global Trends in Law Enforcement Training and Education.

Dr Ian Hesketh presents his papers that are looking at collaborative work between police and academics. Firstly in terms of the Open University Police Research Consortium, and Secondly together with Durham University and Thames Valley Police around staff surveying.

This year's conference is in November in Budapest Hungary.

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  • about 1 hour ago

    RT @LesleyByrne15: @IanHesky I’m a teacher and definitely identify with this, I must have worked at least 10 hours this weekend to keep on…

  • 3 hours ago

    RT @StamatakisCPA: Sadly, in our profession, this phenomenon was often misinterpreted as a positive with no regard for long term impact on…

  • 9 hours ago

    RT @Work_Life_You: @IanHesky This is such a tricky one. Work thinking or reading doesn’t just happen in ‘work time’ for example. There is a…

  • 9 hours ago

    @Work_Life_You I think the line may be drawn where it troubles the worker. When they do not draw any meaning or pur… https://t.co/yG7u8624AA

  • 9 hours ago

    You’re right.. this thread shows a variety of behaviours from immense loyalty to a sense of being a requirement of… https://t.co/nRC0jERU3e