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*RECORDING* August 2023 Webinar - Non-Members

*RECORDING* August 2023 Webinar - Non-Members


Police, Organization & Wellbeing - Dr. Jamie Ferrill 

Tuesday, August 29th, 2023 12:00pm – 1:30pm ET 


Dr. Jamie Ferrill's book Police, Organization, and Wellbeing: An Ethnography involved studying a police organization in England to explore the role of social relations in the ways that people construct, mobilize, consume, and reconstruct meaning about wellbeing. Wellbeing is a powerful, institutionalized concept in police organizations across England and Wales. With the emergence of numerous policies, strategies, and practices that both explicitly and implicitly address wellbeing in the workplace, the concept has come to feature prominently. Wellbeing is addressed as an issue that needs to be understood intersubjectively by attending to the underlying social issues that shape how it is promoted or denied. This webinar will be of interest to academics, researchers, and students in policing, criminology, criminal justice, leadership/management, organizational behaviour, and wellbeing. Given its empirical focus and applicability to practitioners, it will also be of interest to a range of non-academics, including police officers and leaders, public servants, private organizations, policymakers, and human resources professionals.

"At a time when police agencies are facing unprecedented challenges, Dr Ferrill’s book is a thoughtful and significant work contributing to the narrative surrounding the well-being of police officers." - Dr Marisa Silvestri, University of Kent, UK

Jamie Ferrill is a Discipline Lead and Lecturer at the Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security, Charles Sturt University, and co-Editor-in-Chief of Salus Journal. She has nearly a decade of law enforcement experience, having worked for Canada Border Services Agency prior to commencing an academic career. Jamie holds a PhD in Organizational Behaviour from Loughborough University (UK), a Master’s in Homeland Security Leadership from the University of Connecticut (US), and a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from Mount Royal University (Canada). She has held a visiting research fellowship at the Academy of International Affairs NRW in Germany. Jamie currently researches border security, the policing of financial crime, and international and organizational cooperation and collaboration.

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