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.
The Tasmanian Optional Protocol to the Convention Against Torture (TasOPCAT) Network was formed in March 2020 as a project within Law Enforcement and Public Health (LEPH).
- 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)
- LEPH Contact: email@example.com, phone +61 3 6226 7218
- Evaluation of Safe Spaces (2021)
- Evaluation of the Tasmanian Suicide Register (2020 - 2021)
- Fostering Trauma-Informed Communities of Practice in areas of Rural and Regional Tasmania (2020).
Publications - visit TILES Publications and Reports.
LEPH (TILES) Tasmania-wide Consultation
Law Enforcement and Public Health in Tasmania: is collective impact a viable pathway for collaboration? Project.
- TILES Issues Paper on Law Enforcement and Public Health
- LEPH Consultation Information Sheet (PDF 620KB)
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
- LEPH Team Presentation Wins the Final CSIRO Prize (2019)
- Dr Isabelle Bartkowiak-Théron, attended the 2019 Law Enforcement and Public Health conference in Edinburgh, Scotland. At the conference, she attended the post-graduate day, where she judged students presentations. She also attended the board meeting, and the inaugural meeting of the LEPH Special Interest Groups on First Responders Mental health, and the 2019 meeting of the LEPH Special Interest Group on Education, for which she was elected Chair. She also presented the work done by the LEPH TILES team in Australia, and chaired a session during the conference.
- UTAS News (23 Nov 2017)
- TILES News (29 Nov 2017)
- The Examiner News (8 Dec 2017) Researchers linking law enforcement and public health services