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  • Black, white and grey: investigating the pathways and inerface between police, those in mental health distress and emergency health services. 

    Heyman, Inga (Scottish Institute for Policing Research http://www.sipr.ac.uk/downloads/SIPR_Annual_Report_15.pdf, 2016-04-01)
    HEYMAN, I. 2016. Black, white and grey: investigating the pathways and interface between police, those in mental health distress and emergency health services. In the Scottish institute for policing research annual report 2015 [online]. Dundee: Scottish Institute for Policing Research, pages 38-39. Available from: http://www.sipr.ac.uk/downloads/SIPR_Annual_Report_15.pdf
    People who experience mental health distress (PWEMHD) often come to the attention of police through direct contact when help seeking or through concern by others in the community. Frequently officers are required to seek ...
  • Interagency adult support and protection practice of police and health and social care professionals: a realistic evaluation approach. 

    Joseph, Sundari Catherine; Diack, Lesley; Heyman, Inga; Klein, Susan; McCluskey, Samantha; Woolnough, Penny; Falconer, Midj; Reddish, Alison; MacLean, Ewen (Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) http://www.sipr.ac.uk/downloads/Research_Summaries/Research_Summary_19.pdf, 2015-01-01)
    JOSEPH, S., DIACK, L., HEYMAN, I., KLEIN, S., MCCLUSKEY, S., WOOLNOUGH, P., FALCONER, M., REDDISH, A. and MACLEAN, E. 2015. Interagency adult support and protection practice of police and health and social care professionals: a realistic evaluation approach. SIPR research summary number 19. Available from: http://www.sipr.ac.uk/downloads/Research_Summaries/Research_Summary_19.pdf
    The purpose of this project was to investigate the interagency Adult Support and Protection practices of police, health and social care professionals in Scotland by means of a "Realistic Evaluation Approach." The study ...
  • Motivations for police blogging and how fear of being ‘outed’ can force a blogger to cease. 

    Pedersen, Sarah; Burnett, Simon M.; Smith, Robert; O'Neill, Anne (AoIR http://spir.aoir.org/index.php/spir/article/view/9/pdf, 2012)
    PEDERSEN, S., BURNETT, S., SMITH, R. and O’NEILL, A., 2012. Motivations for police blogging and how fear of being ‘outed’ can force a blogger to cease. Selected Papers of Internet Research. [online]. ir 13.0. Available from: http://spir.aoir.org/index.php/spir/article/view/9/pdf [Accessed 22 November 2012].
    There is an expanding literature on the police use of storytelling, but very little has been written in a policing context in relation to the contemporary practice of blogging. Consequentially, this paper reports on an ...
  • Venting, joining and educating: motivations for knowledge sharing in the UK police blogosphere. 

    Burnett, Simon M.; Pedersen, Sarah; Smith, Robert; O'Neill, Anne (SAGE Publications. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0266382112438689, 2012-03)
    BURNETT, S., PEDERSEN, S., SMITH, R. and O’NEILL, A., 2012. Venting, joining and educating: motivations for knowledge sharing in the UK police blogosphere. Business Information Review, 29 (1), pp. 57-63
    This article examines motivations for knowledge sharing in blogs written by police officers. It draws on the findings of a research project completed in 2011 based on content analysis of 63 blogs.