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Figley CR, ed. (2002). 'Treating compassion fatigue'. New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Grossmith L and others. (2015). Police, Camera, Evidence: London’s cluster randomised controlled trial of Body Worn Video [internet]. [Accessed 22 March 2021]

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services. (2019). The police response to domestic abuse: An update report [internet]. [Accessed 22 March 2021]

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Moore PM and others. (2018). Communication skills training for healthcare professionals working with people who have cancer. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 7.

National Police Chiefs’ Council and College of Policing. (2016). National Vulnerability Action Plan 2018-2021 [internet]. [Accessed 22 March 2021]

National Police Chiefs’ Council and College of Policing. (2020). National Vulnerability Action Plan (NVAP) Revised 2020-22 v2 [internet]. [Accessed 22 March 2021]

The Police Foundation. (2018). 'How do we move from a blame culture to a learning culture in policing?' [internet]. [Accessed 22 March 2021]

Turgoose D and others. (2017). 'Empathy, compassion fatigue, and burnout in police officers working with rape victims'. Traumatology, 23(2), pp 205–213.

Wheller L and others. (2013). The Greater Manchester Police procedural justice training experiment The impact of communication skills training on officers and victims of crime [internet]. [Accessed 22 March 2021]

Wright K, McGlen I and Dykes S. (2012). 'Mental health emergencies: Using a structured assessment framework'. Emergency Nurse, 19(10), pp 28–35.