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Hunter, R, Rodgers, S, Hilton, J, Clarke, M, Garcia, L, Ward Thompson, C, Geary, R, Green, M, O'Neill, C, Longo, A, Lovell, R, Nurse, A, Wheeler, B, Clement, S, Porroche-Escudero, A, Mitchell, R, Barr, B, Barry, J, Bell, S, Bryan, D , Buchan, I, Butters, O, Clemens, T, Clewley, N, Corcoran, R, Elliott, L, Ellis, G, Guell, C, Jurek-Loughrey, A, Kee, F, Maguire, A, Maskell, S, Murtagh, B, Smith, GM, Taylor, T and Jepson, R (2022) GroundsWell: Community-engaged and data-informed systems transformation of Urban Green and Blue Space for population health – a new initiative. Wellcome Open Research, 7 (237). ISSN 2398-502X

Bell, S, Palmer-Conn, S and Kealey, N (2021) ‘Swinging the lead and working the head’ – An explanation as to why mental illness stigma is prevalent in policing. Police Journal. ISSN 0032-258X

Bell, S and Palmer-Conn, S (2018) Suspicious minds: Police Attitudes to Mental Ill Health. International Journal of Law and Public Administration, 1 (2). pp. 25-40. ISSN 2576-2192

Bell, S and Eski, Y (2015) “Break a Leg – It’s all in the mind”: Police officers’ attitudes towards colleagues with mental health issues. Policing: a Journal of Policy and Practice. pp. 1-7. ISSN 1752-4520

Thesis

Bell, S (2020) Suspicious minds: A mixed methods study of police officer and police staff attitudes to mental ill health in England and Wales. Doctoral thesis, Liverpool John Moores University.

Other

O'Reilly, C, Kealey, N and Bell, S (2024) Closing the ‘repair shop’: How has the loss of canteens and shared spaces affected police wellbeing? Policing Insight, Policinginsight.

Kealey, N and Bell, S (2021) Sausages and storytelling: The benefits of police canteen culture. Policing Insight.

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