Andy Rhodes is the Chief Constable for Lancashire Constabulary and has 24 years policing experience in a range of areas covering investigations, firearms and counter terrorism. He is the national lead for well-being & staff engagement; a new portfolio that is developing local and national approaches to workforce resilience, as well as taking a leading role in the area of organisational development within the College of Policing. His work on well-being is supported by academic research and practical application in his own force ensuring the links to culture, leadership and strategy are prioritised.

Andy has worked with experts in the field of wellbeing to establish the first police-specific wellbeing framework funded by Public Health England, and has jointly designed an early intervention model which is soon to be published as a research paper.

In the seminar he will discuss the impact that policing the pandemic has had on UK police forces. 


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