Dr Emma Williams


NameDr Emma Williams
Job titleDirector of the Canterbury Centre for Policing Research
Research instituteSchool of Law, Criminal Justice and Policing

Research outputs

Direct Entry: Fairness, resilience and the impact on regular cops

Williams, E. and Norman, J. 2020. Direct Entry: Fairness, resilience and the impact on regular cops. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice.

Policing vulnerability: attrition, rape and domestic violence

Williams, E., Norman, J. and Barrow-Grint, K. 2020. Policing vulnerability: attrition, rape and domestic violence. in: Pepper, I.K. and McGrath, R. (ed.) Introduction to Professional Policing: Examining the Evidence Base London Routledge.

Changes to police leadership: the legitimisation and the challenges of direct entry

Williams, E. and Scott, S. 2019. Changes to police leadership: the legitimisation and the challenges of direct entry. in: Ramshaw, P., Silvestri, M. and Simpson, M. (ed.) Police Leadership: Changing Landscapes Palgrave mcmillan.

The police education qualification framework: a professional agenda or building professionals?

Williams, E., Norman, J. and Rowe, M. 2019. The police education qualification framework: a professional agenda or building professionals? Police Practice and Research.

Policing and mental health: do we really get it?

Williams, E., Norman, J. and Brown, M. 2019. Policing and mental health: do we really get it? in: Policing and Mental Health Routledge.

Knowledge wars: professionalisation, organisational justice and competing knowledge paradigms in British Policing

Williams, E. 2018. Knowledge wars: professionalisation, organisational justice and competing knowledge paradigms in British Policing. in: Huey, L. and Mitchell, R. (ed.) Evidence-Based Policing: An Introduction Policy Press.

Patient perspectives of being detained under section 136 of the Mental Health Act: findings from a qualitative study in London

Sondhi, A., luger, L., Toleikyte, L. and Williams, E. 2018. Patient perspectives of being detained under section 136 of the Mental Health Act: findings from a qualitative study in London. Medicine, Science and the Law. 58 (3), pp. 159-167.

Putting learning into practice: self-reflections from cops

Norman, J. and Williams, E. 2017. Putting learning into practice: self-reflections from cops. European Police Science and Research Bulletin - Special Conference Edition.

Understanding risks: practitioner’s perceptions of the lottery of mental health care available for detainees in custody

Williams, E., Norman, J. and Sondhi, A. 2017. Understanding risks: practitioner’s perceptions of the lottery of mental health care available for detainees in custody. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice.

Health needs and co-morbidity among detainees in contact with healthcare professionals within police custody across the London Metropolitan Police Service area

Sondhi, A. and Williams, E. 2017. Health needs and co-morbidity among detainees in contact with healthcare professionals within police custody across the London Metropolitan Police Service area. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 57, pp. 96-100.

A new canteen culture: the potential to use social media as evidence in policing

Williams, E. and Hesketh, I. 2017. A new canteen culture: the potential to use social media as evidence in policing. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. 11 (3), pp. 346-355.
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