Public reassurance following a collective trauma event: a scoping review of the evidence to inform police practice
Lyndal Hickey, Louise Hams, Lauren Kosta
POLICING-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF POLICE STRATEGIES & MANAGEMENT | EMERALD GROUP PUBLISHING LTD | Published : 2021
Purpose: This paper examines the empirical research on police reassurance following a collective trauma event (CTE). Design/methodology/approach: Using a scoping review methodology, this paper sought to establish the extent, range and nature of published literature on policing responses to collective traumatic events, and to identify key features of this form of direct practice. Included papers needed to focus on police responses oeassurance with the public related to events (pre-or post) that could be regarded as collective trauma events by nature or scale. Searches were conducted using the Web of Science, SCOPUS and PsychINFO databases for literature published between January 2000 and Dece..View full abstract
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Awarded by Victoria, Australia (University of Melbourne)
This project was contracted by the Victoria Police, Victoria, Australia (University of Melbourne: Themis Reference ID#300602).