Articles by John Coxhead

Police Higher Education Bursaries

EMPAC is pleased to announce the launch of the 2021 College of Policing Bursary Scheme. Thinking about higher education study?  The College of Policing bursary scheme provides financial support to police officers and staff studying at higher education level. Undertaking research as part of your continuing learning and development can…

New report on use of Intelligence in Serious Organised Crime

EMPAC is pleased to publish the latest in a series of interim update reports about serious organised crime (SOC). This latest report – on the police use of intelligence – is the fourth in the series so far. The report highlights key insights including the need to enable strategic intelligence…

Police Federation Research Assistant job opportunity

The Police Federation of England and Wales are seeking to appoint a permanent, full-time Research and Policy Support Assistant. This exciting role, which is advertised as home-based, offers a salary of £31,382. The closing date is 12th February 2021 – read on to find out more! Primary Function This role…

Police and Crime Commissioning Research & Innovation

The role of PCCs The role of PCCs is to ensure accountability in cutting crime and delivering effective and efficient policing. Their partnership role is to ensure a joined-up approach to preventing and reducing crime. PCCs replaced a previous arrangement of local Police Authorities in 2012. The role of PCCs,…

Force Management Statement (Understanding Demand) update

Working together on understanding demand EMPAC’s focus on understanding demand is jointly led by Superintendent Mark Housley (Lincolnshire Police), Dr Rowena Hill (Nottingham Trent University), Strategic Analysis Manager Kate Hemstock (Derbyshire Constabulary) and Professor Peter Kawalek (Loughborough University). This thematic forum brings together representatives across the whole region to work…

EMPAC welcomes Professor Karen Harrison

EMPAC is pleased to welcome a new point of contact at the University of Lincoln – Professor Karen Harrison – following the retirement of Professor Matthew Hall. We extend our thanks to Professor Hall for working with us in the past and send him our very best wishes for the…

Policing innovation and enterprise: weaponising creativity

The ambition of progressive policing As a professor of policing innovation and enterprise – the only one I know of – I wanted to start a different conversation about what I see my mission as, and how we may find some common ground between us to work together. The central…

Institute for Public Safety, Crime and Justice, Northampton

EMPAC is pleased to be able to tell you all about one of our great collaborative members – the Institute for Public Safety, Crime and Justice (IPSCJ) at the University of Northampton. The IPSCJ brings together practice, policy and academia by using an evidence-based approach to enhance public service delivery…

Undergraduate Internship opportunity

A fresh opportunity to apply for EMSOU Internships (Undergraduate) with all Universities within the EMSOU 5 force collaboration areas has arisen.  The closing date will be 23rd December 2020 at 23:55. Click here to apply https://shrsc.tal.net/vx/appcentre-External/brand-5/candidate/so/pm/6/pl/1/opp/2493-EMSOU-Internship-Undergraduate/en-GB More information about the Internships The East Midlands Specialist Operations Unit (EMSOU) is one of…