Co-producing knowledge: overcoming the 'dialogue of the deaf' in policing-research interactions

Developing close working relationships between policing and academic organisations requires increased understanding of what is important to each organisation and how to build an effective collaboration. Assistant Commissioner Paul Doyle from the Queensland Police Service in Australia reflects on the benefits and challenges of such partnerships and describes a change in recruiting policy as an example of a beneficial outcome from working with CEPS (Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security).

Digital poster: Bronitt, S. (2013). Dialogue of the deaf: Re-imagining research for policy and practice, digital poster #866, from the First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation in Canberra in Australia, online and at co-conferences in Germany, the Netherlands and Uruguay, 8-11 September, 2013. You can access this digital poster as a PowerPoint presentation or PDF: http://i2sconference.digitalposter.com.au/posters-list/866. Three short videos are embedded in this digital poster.

Video (21 minutes: relevant segment found at 6.27 minutes to 8:40 minutes): This digitial poster was included in a Tour of Digital Posters on Integration and Implementation in Policing and Security by Simon Bronitt available on the I2S channel on YouTube. The tour was presented at the First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation held in Canberra in Australia, online and at three co-conferences (Lueneburg in Germany, The Hague in the Netherlands and Montevideo in Uruguay), 8-11 September 2013.

Posted: March 2015
Last modified: June 2015

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