Ross E. Hendy
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Routinely armed and unarmed police: What can the Scandinavian experience teach us?
R Hendy
Policing: a journal of policy and practice 8 (2), 183-192, 2014
Switching on, switching off: reflections of a practitioner researcher examining the operational behaviour of police officers
R Hendy
Police Practice and Research 21 (1), 62-77, 2020
The strategic impact of routine arming the New Zealand Police
R Hendy
Wellington: MSS, Victoria University of Wellington, 2012
Procedural conflict and conflict resolution: a cross-national study of police officers from New Zealand and South Australia
RE Hendy
University of Cambridge, 2019
Effectiveness and efficiency: Oslo police officers’ perspectives of the necessity and utility of temporarily routinely arming in response to a terrorist threat
R Hendy
Policing and society 31 (6), 672-686, 2021
A disproportional increase in lower priority mental health-related calls to New Zealand Police between 2009 and 2016
J Li, R Newcombe, R Hendy, D Walton
Policing and society 30 (5), 519-531, 2020
Policing in New Zealand
R Hendy
Global perspectives of policing and law enforcement, 245-263, 2021
Suspicious minds and suspicioning: constructing suspicion during policework
R Hendy
Journal of Organizational Ethnography 11 (2), 132-146, 2021
Resilience policing and disaster management during Australia's Black Summer bushfire crisis
J Blaustein, M Miccelli, R Hendy, KH Burns
International journal of disaster risk reduction 95, 103848, 2023
Police shootings in New Zealand and England and Wales: A cross-national comparison
R Hendy, D Walton
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 17, paac048, 2023
The myth of ‘routinely unarmed’policing
R Hendy
Policing & Firearms: New Perspectives and Insights, 169-191, 2022
From the street corner to call centre: changes in the characteristics of mental health-related calls for service received by police
R Hendy, J Li, R Newcombe, D Walton
Policing and society 32 (7), 862-877, 2022
Control Behaviours During Conflict Resolution Police–Citizen Encounters in South Australia and New Zealand
R Hendy
Understanding and Preventing Community Violence: Global Criminological and …, 2022
Global perspectives in policing and law enforcement
J Appiahene-Gyamfi, M Baylis, MF Briskey, MJ Christensen, M Dai, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 2021
Police and Court Interventions for Family Violence: Evidence-Based Practices
D Walton, R Hendy
Violence in Families: Integrating Research into Practice, 227-251, 2023
Scoping study on coding BWV footage to assess differential treatment during police use of force incidents
C Stott, B Bradford, A Kyprianides, T Au-Yeung, R Hendy
Fast policework and slow research–a personal reflection
R Hendy
The Australia & New Zealand Society of Evidence Based Policing 5 (1), 28, 2020
Environmental Scan: Trust and Confidence: Confidential Report to Executive Leadership Board, New Zealand Police
D Walton, R Newcombe, KT Strongman, R Hendy, R Brooks, J Li
It’s life Jim, but not as we know it
R Hendy
Exploring the strategic impact of routine arming the New Zealand Police
R Hendy
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