About LEPH (TILES)
Law Enforcement and Public Health (LEPH) consists of a team of multidisciplinary researchers who study how the two disciplines of law enforcement (or policing) and health co-exist in the field, as well as conceptually.
Research projects on LEPH essentially consist of the critical analysis of police organisations’ collaboration with other government and non-government agencies. From an applied research perspective, the ultimate goal of LEPH is to gather examples of evidence-based practices to develop better, more efficient collaborations in the field, and better service delivery.
Members of LEPH include researchers who have expertise in police studies, socio-legal studies, criminology, sociology, health, and public health.
- LEPH Research Leader: Dr Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron
- Members: Prof Roberta Julian, Dr Danielle Campbell, Dr Romy Winter, Assoc Prof Angela Dwyer, Ms Rikki Mawad (Law), Dr Jennifer Ayton (Health & Medicine) and Ms Johanna Hæstrup (Aalborg University, Denmark)
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
LEPH (TILES) Tasmania-wide Consultation
- TILES Issues Paper on Law Enforcement and Public Health (PDF 1189KB)
- LEPH Consultation Information Sheet (PDF 620KB)
LEPH Workshop Report Series
- TILES_Brief_Report_Sept_2018_LEPH_Showcasing Collective Impact (PDF 238KB)
- TILES_Brief_Report_Oct_2018_LEPH_Developing Shared Measures (PDF 257KB)
- TILES_Brief_Report_Oct_2018_LEPH_Backbone Organisations (PDF 228KB)
- TILES_Brief_Report_Nov_2018_LEPH_Knowledge Exchanges the Determinants of Crime and the Determinants of Health (PDF 372KB)
- TILES_Brief_Report_Dec_2018_LEPH_A Co-located, Multi-Disciplinary Initiative for Tasmania (PDF 171KB)
Media Release & News
- UTAS News (23 Nov 2017)
- TILES News (29 Nov 2017)
- The Examiner News (8 Dec 2017) Researchers linking law enforcement and public health services