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People in mental distress, police and out-of-hours health services: a qualitative exploratory case study of experiences and the intersect of safeguarding services. (2020)
Thesis
HEYMAN, I. 2020. People in mental distress, police and out-of-hours health services: a qualitative exploratory case study of experiences and the intersect of safeguarding services. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1357998

The aim of this study was to explore the experiences of people in mental distress, who come to the attention of police and healthcare professionals outwith routine hours. Some people in the community call on police officers to help manage their self-... Read More about People in mental distress, police and out-of-hours health services: a qualitative exploratory case study of experiences and the intersect of safeguarding services..

Co‐creation of five key research priorities across law enforcement and public health: a methodological example and outcomes. (2020)
Journal Article
MURRAY, J., HEYMAN, I., DOUGALL, N., WOOFF, A., ASHTON, E. and ENANG, I. 2021. Co-creation of five key research priorities across law enforcement and public health: a methodological example and outcomes. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing [online], 28(1): law enforcement and public mental health, pages 3-15. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12664

Introduction: What is known on the subject?: Between policing and health, there are many shared issues. Mental health distress and crises and caring for people who may be vulnerable are priority areas. Working together in partnership is challenging,... Read More about Co‐creation of five key research priorities across law enforcement and public health: a methodological example and outcomes..

Collaborative outcomes learning tool (COLT): a multi-agency educational resource to support complex public protection understanding and practice. (2016)
Journal Article
HEYMAN, I., INNES, G. and GOODHAND, K. 2016. Collaborative outcomes learning tool (COLT): a multi-agency educational resource to support complex public protection understanding and practice. Journal of perspectives in applied academic practice [online], 4(3), pages 48-55. Available from: https://doi.org/10.14297/jpaap.v4i3.168

Multi-agency public protection practice has received significant media and government scrutiny in recent years, in response to failings to protect those most vulnerable people in society. Despite an appreciation by agencies that there are resource an... Read More about Collaborative outcomes learning tool (COLT): a multi-agency educational resource to support complex public protection understanding and practice..

Black, white and grey: investigating the pathways and interface between police, those in mental health distress and emergency health services. (2016)
Report
HEYMAN, I. 2016. Black, white and grey: investigating the pathways and interface between police, those in mental health distress and emergency health services. In the Scottish institute for policing research annual report 2015. Dundee: Scottish Institute for Policing Research, School of the Environment, University of Dundee [online], pages 38-39. Available from: http://www.sipr.ac.uk/Plugin/Publications/assets/files/SIPR_Annual_Report_15.pdf

People who experience mental health distress (PWEMHD) often come to the attention of police through direct contact when help seeking or through concern by others in the community. Frequently officers are required to seek safe-keeping advice through m... Read More about Black, white and grey: investigating the pathways and interface between police, those in mental health distress and emergency health services..

Interagency adult support and protection practice of police and health and social care professionals: a realistic evaluation approach. (2015)
Report
JOSEPH, S., DIACK, L., HEYMAN, I., KLEIN, S., MCCLUSKEY, S., WOOLNOUGH, P., FALCONER, M., REDDISH, A. and MACLEAN, E. 2015. Interagency adult support and protection practice of police and health and social care professionals: a realistic evaluation approach. SIPR research summary number 19. Dundee: Scottish Institute for Policing Research, School of Social Sciences, University of Dundee [online]. Available from: http://www.sipr.ac.uk/Plugin/Publications/assets/files/Research_Summary_19.pdf

The purpose of this project was to investigate the interagency Adult Support and Protection practices of police, health and social care professionals in Scotland by means of a Realistic Evaluation Approach. The study comprised of two specific phases.... Read More about Interagency adult support and protection practice of police and health and social care professionals: a realistic evaluation approach..