Jacqueline Drew

Dr. Jacqueline Drew is a tenured Associate Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Policing Scholar with the Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University, Australia. Holding a PhD in psychology, she is an expert in the organizational psychology of policing (particularly, the mental health of police, police suicide, police leadership, and gender equity in policing). Dr. Drew has over 20 years of experience in law enforcement both as a practitioner and researcher across Australian police agencies and she is currently involved in a research partnership with the United States National Fraternal Order of Police, co-leading a national survey focused on critical issues in policing and mental health and wellbeing of US law enforcement. Dr Drew is leading two large federally funded research studies in Australia. The first is focused on the development of a workplace health and well-being early warning system to improve the well-being of police officers and the second, is undertaking a detailed study of recruitment, support, and promotion of women in policing. Dr Drew is passionate about improving operational police practice and she strives to positively impact the working lives of police.

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