Police misconduct, protraction and the mental health of accused police officers
EditorsMcDaniel, John LM
Pease, Ken G
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AbstractThe chapter describes findings from a research project carried out in collaboration with one UK police force. The project was designed to examine and understand the force’s welfare practices towards officers accused of misconduct and the impact of prolonged misconduct investigations on the mental health and wellbeing of police officers, specifically police officers who were subsequently exonerated. The aim was to identify new opportunities for mental health support, points of avoidable delay, demotivation and embitterment, and stress-reducing possibilities throughout the misconduct process, and to produce a simple and clear evidence-based set of recommendations for improvement.
CitationMcDaniel, J. L. M., Moss, K., Pease, K. G. and Singh, P. (2020) Police misconduct, protraction and the mental health of accused police officers, in McDaniel, J. L. M., Moss, K. and Pease, K. G. (Eds.) Policing and Mental Health: Theory, Policy and Practice. Abingdon: Routledge.
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DescriptionThis is an accepted manuscript of an chapter published by Routledge in Policing and Mental Health: Theory, Policy and Practice on 25/02/2020, available online: https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429470882 The accepted version of the publication may differ from the final published version
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