I was one of three academics and practitioners associated with The Open University’s Centre for Policing Research and Learning who participated in this conference. My co-presenters from CPRL were Jean Hartley and Matt Jones.
My visit to Chicago, along with Matt Jones of The Open University and Ian Hesketh of the College of Policing - all three of us associated with the OU’s Centre for Policing Research and Learning - was primarily to participate in the Academy of Management Annual Conference, through running a worksh
The Centre for Policing Research and Learning currently have some job opportunites available. See below and click on the links for more information and how to apply.
The Baseline Survey Report is released.
We are pleased to share that Dr Paul Walley from the Centre for Policing Research and Learning along with Anna Jennison-Phillips have had a published article entitled: A Study of Non-Urgent Demand to Identify Opportunities for Demand Reduction.
A sponsored article featuring CPRL on the topic of TV versus real-world crime scene investigations has been published in the London-based 'Metro' newspaper. The article, entitled 'The CSI Effect', references the Centre and outlines Forensic Psychology opportunities available through the Open Un
Making new ways of organising out of old with Richard Holti, Professor of Professional Learning, Faculty of Business and Law.
Researchers at The Open University (OU), working with the Centre for Policing Research and Learning, have received a £1 million Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) grant to improve the way members of the public and authorities su
We have developed an award-winning training simulation that addresses gaps in the knowledge and skills of new recruits and serving officers when interviewing child witnesses.
Three months as Senior Practitioner Fellow with the Open University’s Centre for Policing Research and Learning (CPRL) taught me many things, not least that despite the chasm of differences between law enforcement and academia the two can cooperate extraordinarily well. This is of course depende