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Challenge and change: Police identity, morale and goodwill in an age of austerity

Hoggett, James; Redford, Paul; Toher, Deirdre; White, Paul

Authors

Paul Redford Paul2.Redford@uwe.ac.uk
Associate Director of Academic Practice

Paul White Paul.White@uwe.ac.uk
Associate Professor in Applied Statistics



Abstract

One of the largest pieces of independent research on police attitudes in England and Wales. The research, led by Dr James Hoggett from UWE Bristol (the University of the West of England, Bristol), looked at police attitudes to current reform proposals that may impact on the profession. 13,591 police officers across 43 forces in England and Wales responded to a questionnaire into attitudes and morale amongst officers. The response rate reflects the views of about 10% of all serving police officers in England and Wales. The attitude and morale data provided consistent messages across the sample with only minor variations between ranks of officer or between police forces.

Report Type Project Report
Publication Date Feb 10, 2014
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Hoggett, J., Redford, P., Toher, D., & White, P. (2014). Challenge and change: Police identity, morale and goodwill in an age of austerity
Keywords police and policing, police identity, police morale, police goodwill, police change and reform, police leadership

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