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Professor Louise Westmarland

The Open University, Department of Social Policy and Criminology

Professional biography

Professor Westmarland’s work is largely focussed on the police. She has conducted extensive studies of gender and policing, police ethics and integrity. She is also a Home Office trained Domestic Homicide Reviewer and is currently the Chair of the Open University’s Human Research Ethics Committee.

Academic advisor for: The Met: Episode one

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Professor Louise Westmarland's Research & Publications

Professor Graham Pike et al. (2018-03-01) Public and police perceptions of policing ethics, In 2018 Conference of the Society of Evidence Based Policing
Professor Louise Westmarland and Michael Rowe (2018) Police ethics and integrity: Can a new code overturn the blue code?, In Policing and Society 7(28)
Professor Louise Westmarland (2017-09-01) Putting their Bodies on the Line: Police Culture and Gendered Physicality, In Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 3(11)
Professor Louise Westmarland (2016-07-04) 'Snitches get stitches?': telling tales on homicide detectives, Routledge
Professor Louise Westmarland (2016) Governance of policing and cultural codes: interpreting and responding to policy directives, In Global Crime 3-4(17)
Professor Louise Westmarland (2015-11-26) Outsiders inside: ethnography and police culture, Routledge
Michael Rowe, Professor Louise Westmarland and Courtney Hougham (2015-08-06) Getting behind the blue curtain: managing police integrity, Routledge
Professor Louise Westmarland (2013) ‘Snitches get stitches’: US homicide detectives' ethics and morals in action, In Policing and Society 3(23)
Professor Louise Westmarland (2011-04-12) Researching crime and justice: tales from the field, Routledge
Professor Louise Westmarland (2010-07) Dodgy customers? Can the police ever trust the public?, In Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 3(4)

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