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Introduction (2022)
Book Chapter
McCartan, K., & Eason, A. (in press). Introduction. In A. Eason (Ed.), The Police Officers Guide to Academic Research. Palgrave Macmillan

In this introduction to the book, some context to the authors is provided, their experience and positioning within the framework of policing, the College of Policing PEQF and its growing relationship with higher education and the academic arena. Each... Read More about Introduction.

Policing the mental health crisis (2022)
Book Chapter
Eason, A., Starr, R., & Gaunt, M. (2022). Policing the mental health crisis. In Interprofessional Perspectives of Mental Health Crisis. London: McGraw-Hill

A comparative study of prior learning for serving police officers in Canada and England and Wales, UK: Bridging the academic gap (2021)
Journal Article
Eason, A., & Blandford, S. (2021). A comparative study of prior learning for serving police officers in Canada and England and Wales, UK: Bridging the academic gap. Salus Journal, 9(2), 2-15

The professionalisation of the police in Canada, and England and Wales has highlighted a gap in the education levels of new recruits and current serving police officers, motivating many of these officers to complete a university degree. The prior ex... Read More about A comparative study of prior learning for serving police officers in Canada and England and Wales, UK: Bridging the academic gap.

Criminology placements: Work-based learning and organisational “buy in” (2020)
Journal Article
Bramford, K., & Eason, A. L. (in press). Criminology placements: Work-based learning and organisational “buy in”. Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning, 11(2), 317-329. https://doi.org/10.1108/HESWBL-10-2019-0133

© 2020, Emerald Publishing Limited. Purpose: This study aims to explore the views of criminal justice and allied sector organisations and agencies, of why they provide placements for the Applied Criminology programme at the University of Worcester, U... Read More about Criminology placements: Work-based learning and organisational “buy in”.

Applying 'spidey sense': Emotional intelligence and police decision-making at domestic incidents (2019)
Thesis
Eason, A. Applying 'spidey sense': Emotional intelligence and police decision-making at domestic incidents. (Thesis). University of Portsmouth. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6848309

Chaos theory suggests a small act can have a powerful impact on future events. This research takes this suggestion and explores the decision-making of police officers at domestic violence incidents as just such an act that can have a long-term impact... Read More about Applying 'spidey sense': Emotional intelligence and police decision-making at domestic incidents.

Are you listening? Can you hear my voice? Exploring the application of ABE Guidance with CSE victims (2018)
Report
Somerville, K., & Eason, A. (2018). Are you listening? Can you hear my voice? Exploring the application of ABE Guidance with CSE victims. National Police Library Online: College of Policing

This research project was one of a number of Police led research projects carried out in partnership with the University of Bedfordshire International Centre CSE Policing and Knowledge hub and funded by the College of Policing. As part of this projec... Read More about Are you listening? Can you hear my voice? Exploring the application of ABE Guidance with CSE victims.