GLEPHA Executive Director, Professor Nick Crofts, discussing LEPH
Call for submissions to identify optimal partnerships for community safety and wellbeing
GLEPHA and CLEPH are reviewing the role of policing and of police-public health partnerships in addressing complex issues with health, criminal justice and social justice impacts, and implications of these responses, over the next 12 months, as part of the project:
Envisaging the Future: Dialogues on public health, law enforcement and community solutions
The research looks to seize on this critical moment in time and explore the future of police responses to public health issues, and optimal partnerships for community safety and wellbeing.
We invite you to help identify projects, programs and other initiatives of interest to the research.
Institutions and organisations
Members join other researchers, policy makers and practitioners across a range of diverse sectors in leading the global thinking and practice in this emerging field.
GLEPHA members are a diverse community whose learnings will improve community safety and well being; will enhance the health and welfare of key stakeholders; and will provide practical, evidence based and cost effective solutions to some of the most significant social, health and law enforcement challenges facing our communities.
A key tenet of GLEPHA is to work in partnership with leading agencies to improve outcomes for the community on issues relating to law enforcement & public health.
If your agency would like to become an institutional member, please contact us or
Law enforcement and public health: recognition and enhancement of joined-up solutions (2019)
Authors: Auke J van Dijk, Victoria Herrington, Nick Crofts, Robert Breunig, Scott Burris, Helen Sullivan, John Middleton, Susan Sherman & Nicholas Thomson