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Qualifications

H.N.C Public Administration
B.A. Police Studies
MSc Social Science Research Methods
Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Adult and Training)
Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

About

Professor Colin Rogers is a former police Inspector with South Wales Police with 30 years service joined the university full time in 2004, having taught as part time lecturer in criminology since 1997.

His areas of expertise include Community Safety Partnerships, Situational Crime Prevention, Problem Oriented Partnerships and also Police Governance and Accountability.

He is Head of Research at the Centre and is also responsible for developing postgraduate courses.

The author of numerous articles on policing, he is also the author of several books including the following:

Rogers, C. (2006) Crime Reduction Partnerships, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Rogers, C. and Lewis, R., (2007), Introduction to Police Work, Willan, Cullompton.
Rogers, C. (2008), Leadership Skills in Policing, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Andrew, A., Drake, D., Ellis, E., Muncie, J., Rogers, C., Talbot, D., Walters R. and Westmarland, L. (2009), DD301 Crime and Justice, Course Companion 1, The Open University, Milton Keynes.
Andrew, A., Drake, D., Ellis, E., Muncie, J., Rogers, C., Talbot, D., Walters R and Westmarland, L. (2009), DD301 Crime and Justice, Course Companion 2, The Open University, Milton Keynes
Blakemore, F. and Rogers, C. (Eds), (2009), Community Safety-A Reader, Willan, Cullompton.
Blakemore, F. and Rogers, C. (Eds), (2009), Problem Oriented Partnerships: A Reader, Willan, Cullompton.
Blakemore, F. and Rogers, C. (2009), A Reader on Research and Analysis for Partnerships, Willan, Cullompton.
John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C. (2011), Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Read, T. and Rogers, C. (2011), Policing and Young People, Learning Matters Ltd, Exeter.
Rogers, C. (2012) (2nd edition) Crime Reduction Partnerships, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J., (2014), Researching the Police in the 21st Century: International Lessons from the field, Palgrave Macmillan.
Rogers, C., (Forthcoming) Plural Policing, Theory, Practice and Principles, Policy Press, Bristol.

Professor Rogers was awarded the title of Reader in Police Sciences in July 2010 and in July 2012 was appointed Professor of Police Sciences.
He is the editor of The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, the editor of the Australasian Journal of Policing, the editor of Police Science, the Journal of the Society of Evidence Based Policing in Australia and New Zealand, and is a visiting Professor at Charles Sturt University, NSW, Australia.


Experience

A former Police officer who spent a considerable time in operational activity at the ranks of Constable, Sergeant and Inspector, Professor Rogers has taught police officers, further education students, undergraduates in higher education as well as postgraduates on Masters level courses. He has also successfully supervised students to Doctoral level.
He has been engaged in advising governments and educating police nationally and internationally, including working in such countries as Uruguay, Australia, Brunei, Abu Dhabi and Germany as well as throughout the UK and the rest of Europe.
Professor Rogers is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Professor Rogers is currently Director of Studies for several PhD students studying at the centre, considering such aspects as community intelligence, police/public engagement, police unionism and police and partnership working.

He is an experienced researcher in the field of criminology and police sciences.

Responsibilities

Professor Rogers is responsible for post graduate research at the Centre for Police Sciences, as well as being a member of the Crime, Social Policy and Criminal Justice Research Institute, a member of the Faculty Research Ethics Committee and lead for the Police and Policing Cognate Group dedicated to the furtherance of wider research and publication of all policing activities across society, including mental health, education and public health.


Publications

Authored and Edited Books
Rogers, C. (2006) Crime Reduction Partnerships, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Rogers, C. and Lewis, R., (2007), Introduction to Police Work, Willan, Cullompton.
Rogers, C. (2008), Leadership Skills in Policing, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Andrew, A., Drake, D., Ellis, E., Muncie, J., Rogers, C., Talbot, D., Walters R. and Westmarland, L. (2009), DD301 Crime and Justice, Course Companion 1, The Open University, Milton Keynes.
Andrew, A., Drake, D., Ellis, E., Muncie, J., Rogers, C., Talbot, D., Walters R and Westmarland, L. (2009), DD301 Crime and Justice, Course Companion 2, The Open University, Milton Keynes
Blakemore, F. and Rogers, C. (Eds), (2009), Community Safety-A Reader, Willan, Cullompton.
Blakemore, F. and Rogers, C. (Eds), (2009), Problem Oriented Partnerships: A Reader, Willan, Cullompton.
Blakemore, F. and Rogers, C. (2009), A Reader on Research and Analysis for Partnerships, Willan, Cullompton.
John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C. (2011), Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Read, T. and Rogers, C. (2011), Policing and Young People, Learning Matters Ltd, Exeter.
Rogers, C. (2012) (2nd edition) Crime Reduction Partnerships, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J., (2014), Researching the Police in the 21st Century: International Lessons from the field, Palgrave Macmillan.
Rogers, C., (Forthcoming) Plural Policing, Theory, Practice and Principles, Policy Press, Bristol.
Chapters in books.
Rogers, C. (2007), Criminal Investigations, in Rogers, C and Lewis, R, Introduction to Police Work, Willan, Cullompton.
Rogers, C. (2007), Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships, in Rogers, C and Lewis, R, Introduction to Police Work, Willan, Cullompton.
Rogers, C. (2007),Operational Response , in Rogers, C and Lewis, R, Introduction to Police Work, Willan, Cullompton.
Rogers, C. (2007), Future Directions , in Rogers, C and Lewis, R, Introduction to Police Work, Willan, Cullompton.
Rogers, C. (2008), Police Recruitment, cited in Newburn, T. and Neyroud, P., (2008), Dictionary of Policing, Willan Publishers, Cullompton, 237-238.
Rogers, C. (2009), Police Authorities, in Harfield, C (Ed), Blackstone’s Handbook of Police Procedure, Oxford University Press, Oxford
Rogers, C. (2009), ACPO Values, in Harfield, C (Ed), Blackstone’s Handbook of Police Procedure, Oxford University Press, Oxford
Rogers, C. (2009), Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships, in Rogers, C. and Blakemore B., Community Safety-A Reader, Willan, Cullompton.
Rogers, C. (2010), Professionalising the Police- The South Wales Approach, in Contemporary Wales, Volume 23, University of Wales Press, Cardiff.
Rogers, C. (2011), Introduction: Policing and Young People, in Read, T. and Rogers, C. Policing and Young People, Learning Matters Ltd, Exeter
Rogers, C. (2011), Young People as Victims and Offenders, in Read, T. and Rogers, C. Policing and Young People, Learning Matters Ltd, Exeter
Rogers, C. (2011), Perceptions of Young People, in Read, T. and Rogers, C. Policing and Young People, Learning Matters Ltd, Exeter
Rogers, C. (2011),Anti-Social Behaviour and Young People , in Read, T. and Rogers, C. Policing and Young People, Learning Matters Ltd, Exeter
Rogers, C. (2011), Engaging with Young People, in Read, T. and Rogers, C. Policing and Young People, Learning Matters Ltd, Exeter
Rogers, C. (2011), The Context for this book, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), The Context for this book, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), Community Issues, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), Community and Crime Reduction, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), Neighbourhood Policing Teams and Problem Solving , In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), Communities-Engagement, Communication and Accountability, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), Criminal Investigations in Context, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), Methods of Investigation, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), Investigation Strategies, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C. (2011), Policing Public Disorder, In John T., Lewis R.L., Read T. and Rogers, C., Police Work: Principles and Practice, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford.
Rogers, C., (2011), Professionalising the Police – Educating Police Officers in South Wales, in Empirische Polizeiforschung XIII: Polizei: Job, Beruf oder Profession? Schriften zur Empirischen Polizeiforschung Vol 12, Frankfurt, Germany.
Rogers, C. (2012), Intelligence Led policing, in Blakemore B and Awan, I, (eds), Policing Cyber Hate, Cyber Threats and Cyber Terrorism, Ashgate Publications, Farnham.
Rogers, C. (2013), Police and Crime Commissioners, in Harfield, C (Ed), Blackstone’s Handbook of Police Procedure, (2nd edition) Oxford University Press, Oxford
Rogers, C. (2013), ACPO, in Harfield, C (Ed), Blackstone’s Handbook of Police Procedure, (2nd edition) Oxford University Press, Oxford
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2013) Chapter 6: Policing Powers, in Working Group Capacity, Accountability and Powers- Police Powers, Cardiff, Institute for Welsh Affairs
Gravelle, J., Thomas, G. and Rogers, C., (2014), Researching the Police-Insights from the Literature, Chapter 1 in (2014), Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J., (2014), Researching the Police in the 21st Century: International Lessons from the field, Palgrave Macmillan.
Rogers, C., (2014), Researching the Police-Zero Tolerance and Community Safety, Chapter 2 in (2014), Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J., (2014), Researching the Police in the 21st Century: International Lessons from the field, Palgrave Macmillan.
Rogers, C., (2014), Summary Chapter, Chapter 9, in (2014), Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J., (2014), Researching the Police in the 21st Century: International Lessons from the field, Palgrave Macmillan.
Rogers, C., (2015), International Perspectives in Policing: Challenges for 2020, in Wankhade, P and Weir, D (2015), Management of Police Service, Springer, USA.

Official Reports.
Smith, D. and Rogers, C. (1993) Efficiency Scrutiny-Investigating Flexible Shift Systems, Report Commissioned by Avon and Somerset Constabulary
Rogers, C. (1996), Drugs Information Booklet, Internal report for South Wales Police.
Rogers, C. (1997), Dowlais Zero Tolerance Crime Statistical Analysis, Internal report for South Wales Police.
Rogers, C. (1999), Street Wardens in Bury, Internal report for South Wales Police.
John, T. and Rogers, C. (2005), Rhondda Cynon Taf Crime Reduction Partnerships – A Qualitative Evaluation, Report Commissioned by Rhondda Cynon Taf Crime Reduction Partnership.
Rogers, C. (2006), The Cadoxton Alley-gate Scheme-An Evaluation on Perceptions of the Community Part 1. Report Commissioned by Vale of Glamorgan Crime Reduction Partnership.
John, T., Morgan, C. and Rogers, C. (2006), An Evaluation of the Greater Manchester Against Crime Business Process Model. Report Commissioned by Greater Manchester Against Crime (GMAC) Partnership
Rogers, C. (2007), An Evaluation of Tasking Demand and Management Units, Report Commissioned by South Wales Police
Rogers, C. (2007), The Cadoxton Alley-gate Scheme-An Evaluation on Perceptions of the Community-Part 2. Report Commissioned by Vale of Glamorgan Crime Reduction Partnership.
Rogers, C. (2007), An Evaluation of Community Intelligence, Report commissioned by South Wales Police
Rogers, C. and Hoctor, E. (2008), An Evaluation of Time Banking within the community of Bettws, Report commissioned by South Wales Police.
Rogers, C. (2008), An Evaluation of a Problem Solving Partnership Database, Report commissioned by South Wales Police
Rogers, C. (2008), Revisiting the Community Intelligence Initiative, Report commissioned by South Wales Police.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C. (2008), Initial Pact Assessment – Pilot Version, Report Commissioned by South Wales Police.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C. (2009), An Evaluation of the use of Neighbourhood Volunteers in Barry, South Wales, Report commissioned by South Wales Police.
Rogers, C. (2009), An Evaluation of gender imbalances in higher ranks within Gwent police, Report commissioned by Gwent Police.
Rogers, C. (2009), An Evaluation of a Victim Care Unit, Report commissioned by South Wales Police.
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J., (2012) Working Group Capacity, Accountability and Powers- Police Powers, Report commissioned on possible devolution of policing by the Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA).
Rogers, C., (2014), An Evaluation of the Community Police Programme in Montevideo Uruguay, Report commissioned by the Ministry of the Interior and the Inter American Bank.
Rogers, C. and Smart, H., (2014), A Review of Anti-Social Behaviour Process in Cardiff, Report commissioned by The Cardiff Local Authority Partnership Group,
Rogers, C., (2014), A Study of Activities Undertaken by Police Community Support Officers in Northern Basic Command Unit within South Wales Police, commissioned by South Wales Police.
Dacey, J., Read, T, and Rogers, C., (2014), The Recruitment and Progression of Visible Ethnic Minorities by the Police Service- A Review of the Literature, commissioned by the Police and Crime Commissioners Office, South Wales Police.
Rogers, C., (2014), Ethical awareness and perceptions of Police Officers in the Northern BCU of South Wales Police, commissioned by South Wales Police.
Rogers, C., (2014), The ADPP Evaluation, commissioned by the Management Board of the Associate Degree in Policing Practice, New South Wales police Force and Charles Sturt University, New South Wales, Australia.
Rogers, C., (2014), The Field Support Unit Evaluation, commissioned by Assistant Commissioner M. Corbouy, New South Wales Police Force, NSW, Australia.
Davies, A and Rogers, C, (2015), Evaluation of the pre attestation phases of the ADPP for preparing probationary constables for operational duty, CSU and NSWPF, Australia.
Davies, A and Rogers, C, (2015), Report on the Associate degree in Policing Practice Pre-attestation teaching staff feedback on teaching/curriculum 201515, CSU and NSWPF, Australia.

Review articles.
Rogers, C. (2003), Policing- A Short History, by Phillip Rawlings Reviewed in Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal, Volume 5, Number 1, pages 73-74
Rogers, C. (2003), Changing Policing Revolution not Evolution, by Michael O’Byrne Reviewed in Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal, Volume 5, Number 1, pages 73-74.
Rogers, C. (2007), Plural Policing – The Mixed Economy of Visible Patrols in England and Wales, by Crawford, A., Lister, S., Blackburn, S. and Burnett, J. Reviewed on British Society of Criminology Available at: http://www.britsoccrim.org/reviews.htm#62
Rogers, C. (2009), Policing Critical Incidents: Leadership and Critical Incident Management, by Alison, L. and Crego, J. (2008), Willan, Cullompton Reviewed on British Society of Criminology, Available at http://www.britsoccrim.org/reviews.
Rogers, C., (2012), Global Policing, by Bowling B and Sheptycki J, reviewed in Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, Oxford University Press, 19th July 2012.

Conference contributions.
The Impact of Unit Beat Policing and Social Control in England and Wales. National Conference of the Police History Society, Preston, (1999).
‘New Kids on the Block’– The Introduction of the Community Warden Scheme in Bury and its effects. Wales and West Branch of the British Society of Criminology, (2000).
Alley-gates and Crime Reduction- Presentation to the Wales Branch of Tutors and Lecturers the Open University in Wales. (2007)
Alley-gates and Communities – Presentation to the University of Glamorgan (Sciences) Research conference. This presentation won a faculty award for content and potential impact upon the community. (2007)
‘Why Higher Education? – Presentation to the South Wales Police Tutor Constables Group, (2008)
The Introduction of Problem Oriented Partnerships in South Wales Police, presentation to the Welsh Assembly Governments Community Safety Awards Conference, (2008)
Problem Oriented Partnerships in South Wales Police, presentation to the Regional conference of the National Policing Improvement Agency, Llandridnod Wells, (2009).
Police, Policing, Policy and the City in Europe, Symposium participation for the European Society of Criminology Police Working Group Conference, Ghent, Belgium September,(2010).
Rethinking Crime and Punishment in Europe, Symposium participation for the European Society of Criminology Police Working Group Conference, Vilnius, Lithuania, September (2011).
Alley Gate Amnesia- Implications for Situational Crime Prevention, HESAS Showcase presentations, University of Glamorgan, (2012).
Devolved Policing Powers for Wales, presentation at The Silk Commission Part II event organised by the Institute for Welsh Affairs at the Pier head Building, Cardiff on 17/04/2013.
Policing Hate Crime- Not an option, presented at the All Wales Hate Crime Symposium, at the Waterfront Museum, Swansea on 18.09/13.
Community Policing in the UK, presented at the Security and Safety Group of the Inter American Bank, Montevideo, Uruguay, 14/10/13
Learning from Practice, presented at the Evidence-Based Policing in Wales Conference, University of Cardiff, Cardiff, 19/05/14
Taking the police out of policing: Thoughts on the future of Policing, presented at the National China Police University, Shenyang, China, 14/9/15
Police education in England and Wales, Presented at symposium on police education, National China Police University, Shenyang, China, 16/9/15.
Why community matters to police, Presented at the International Student Conference, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 3/11/15
I’m free?, The possible consequences of sponsoring police officers by retail outlets, Presented at the Markets in policing seminar Series, Southampton university, 30/11/15.

Refereed conference contributions.
Rogers, C., Problems for Police in Gathering Community Intelligence – presentation to the British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, (2008).
Rogers, C., POPs – Rocket Science Revisited! Presentation to the Welsh Criminology Society, April, 2009.
Rogers, C., The Police Use of Volunteers. Presentation for the British Criminology Society, Cardiff, July 2009.
Rogers, C., From Craft to Profession- Professionalising the Police, Presentation to the Local Authority National Conference, University of Glamorgan, October 2009.
Rogers, C., Situational and Social Crime Prevention Approaches, The First Middle East International Conference on Community Policing , Abu Dhabi ,United Arab Emirates, November 2009.
Rogers, C., Corporate Social responsibility and Policing Protests, Presentation to the British Society of Criminology, Leicester, July, 2010.
Rogers, C., Ethical Decision Making in Policing, Higher Education and Policing Forum Conference, (POLCON), Preston, September 2010.
Rogers, C., Craft to Profession- Educating Police Officers,, Higher Education and Policing Forum Conference, (POLCON), Preston, September 2010.
Rogers, C and Milliner, G, (2011), Engaging with marginalised groups, Welsh Centre for Crime and Social Justice Conference, Gregynnog Hall, Powys, May 2011
Rogers, C., (2011), Why Accountability in Policing? Inaugural International Police Summer School, University of Glamorgan, 20th-24th June, 2011.
Rogers, C., (2012), The Macdonaldisation of Policing, 2nd International Police Summer School, Bruhl, Cologne, Germany, 3rd – 8th June 2012.
Rogers, C., (2013), Community Safety Partnerships, 3rd International Summer School, Cardiff, 26th-31st May 2013.
Rogers, C., (2013) Rationalising Policing- Storing up Problems for the Future?, Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods, University of South Wales, Pontypridd June, 2013
Rogers, C., (2013), Community Support for Situational Crime Prevention-Insights from South Wales, European Society of Criminology Conference, Budapest, 6th September 2013.
Rogers, C (2013), Comparing UK Community Safety Partnerships with Crime Prevention councils in Germany, (With Frevel, B.),GERN Conference on Comparative research into policing, Paris, 4th October 2013.
Rogers, C., (2013), (Key note speech), Reflecting on the past and the present, Implications for future police leaders, Policing and Security In Practice: Then, Now and in the Future Conference, Sydney, Australia, 14th to 15th November 2013.
Rogers, C., (2014), Prevention as a Police Task, 4th International Summer School, Munster, Germany, 26th May 2014.
Frevel, B and Rogers, C., (2014), A comparative analysis of community safety partnerships (UK) and crime prevention councils (De), 14th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology, Prague, 12/09/14
Rogers, C., (2015), Higher Education and policing in England and Wales – An overview with some thoughts! International conference on HE and Policing, The National police University, Warnsveld, Holland, 11th May 2015
Rogers, C., (2015), Police Education and Mental Health – A Problem for the Democratic Policing Model?, XXXIVth International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Sigmund Freud University, Vienna, Austria, 17th July 205.
Rogers, C., (2015), The College of Policing in the UK- Some initial thoughts regarding its effectiveness, European Society of Criminology Conference, Oporto, Portugal, 4/09/15
Rogers, C., (2015), (Key Note Speech), Police education and research- thoughts from a journey, Police and Security Conference, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 5/11/15.

Academic journal papers.
Rogers, C. (2007), Alley-gates: Theory and Practice – A Perspective from Urban South Wales, International Journal of Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 9, (3), pages 179-200.
Rogers, C. (2007), The Civil Nuclear Constabulary: Accountability and Policing post 9/11, The Police Journal, Volume 80, pages 237-245.
Rogers, C. and Coliandris, G. (2008), Linking Police Culture, Leadership and Partnership-Working, The Police Journal, Volume 81, pages 111-125.
Martin, H. and Rogers, C. (2009), Knowledge Management and Police Resources: Insights from Research, The Police Journal, Volume 81, Pages 235 – 247.
Rogers, C. (2009), Problem Oriented Policing and Promoting Public Confidence, The Police Journal, Volume 82, Pages 1-10
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C. (2009), The Economy of Policing-The role of the Volunteer, Oxford Journal of Policing, July 2009.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C. (2009), Knowledge Management- A Key ingredient in Tackling Terrorism, The Police Journal, Volume 82, pages 1-8.
Rogers, C. (2010), The POP Decade – An analysis of the Problem Oriented Approach, The Police Journal, Vol. 83; 4, pages 295-304.
Chew, E., Price, R., Rogers, C., Blakey, K., N., Noblett, Matins, A., Martins, I. (2010) ‘Turn it in or Turn it off – Confirming and Disconfirming Experience for Innovative Computer aided Assessment and Feedback’, Proceedings of 9th European Conference on e-Learning, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal, 4-5 November 2010, pp.155-162.
Rogers, C. (2010), Partnerships in the Big Society, Community Safety Journal, 10.(2), pp 26-31.
Coliandris, G, Rogers, C., and Gravelle J., (2011), Smoke and Mirrors, or a real attempt at reform? Oxford Journal of Policing, Advance Access Published 25/11/2011.
Gravelle, J and Rogers, C. (2011), Policing Public Protests and Corporate Social Responsibility, International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, doi:10.1016/j.ijlcj.2011.05.001
Rogers, C., (2011) Alley gates und Einbruch-Reduktion: Erfahrungen aus dem urbanen Sud Wales, (Alley Gates and Crime Reduction: A Perspective from Urban South Wales,)
Polizei und Wissenschaft, Ausgabe 3/2011. pp 30-40.
Gravelle, J., and Rogers, C., (2011) Engaging Protestors: a Smarter Way for Policing Demonstrations, The Police Journal, 84 (1),pp 4-11
Gravelle, J., and Rogers, C., (2011), Research and Policing in times of Austerity, The Police Journal, Vol. 84 (3), pp 1-12.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Commissioning Accountability: Change to Governance and the Police, The Police Journal, 84 (4) 320-328
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C. (2012) Initiating Customer/Police Interaction in the UK: Early Insights from Research, International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice
Rogers, C, (2012), Recent historical trends in Policing and Crime Prevention in the UK, Recent European Trends in Policing in Europe, Working Paper No. 11 The European Centre for Crime Prevention, Munster, Germany.
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2012), UK Policing and Change: Reflections for Policing Worldwide, Review of European Studies, 4 (1) 42-52
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2012) Policing After Winsor: Outsourcing and the Future of Policing, The Police Journal, 85 (4) 273 – 284
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J., (2013), The Future of Policing in the UK- Understanding the Economics, Review of European Studies, Vol5, No. 1, 2013, pp 116-123.
Rogers, C., (2013), Alley-gates in urban South Wales: Six years down the road, International Journal of Crime Prevention and Community Safety, Vol. 15, 2, 106-126.
Rogers, C., (2013), Policing and Integrity-What’s the Problem?, Australasian Institute of Policing Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2013, pp 45-48.
Rogers, C., (2013), The Challenge for Democratic Policing in England and Wales, International Journal of Law, Criminal and Justice, Vol 41, 132-143.
Rogers, C., (2013), The Macdonaldisation of Policing, in “Polizei & Wissenschaft” (Police and Science), issue 3/2013.
Coliandris, G. and Rogers, C., (2013), Policing Domestic Abuse Effectively: A Blueprint for Success?, Australasian Institute of Policing Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2013, pp 3-7
Rogers, C., (2014), The State We Are In: Devolved Police Powers to Wales, Australasian Institute of Policing Journal, , Vol 6, No. 1
Wooden, K and Rogers, C., (2014) Restoring Public Confidence-Perceptions of Community Police Officers, The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, Vol. 87, (3) 2014, pp
Lindsdell, G., and Rogers, C., (2014), Multi Agency Response Roles in Emergency Response personnel- insights from New South Wales, Australia, International Journal of Emergency Services, Emerald Journals, Vol 3., issue 2
Del Castillo, F., Fraiman, R. and Rogers, C., (2014), The Utility of Community Policing- Insights from England and Wales and Uruguay, Australasian Institute of Policing Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 27-31.
Rogers, C., and Coliandris, G (2015), The Expert Citizen: The key to future police legitimacy? The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, Vol. 88, (2), pp 95-105.
Rogers, C., (2015), Taser! Taser!-Problems Underlying the Police Mis-use of Electronic Stun Guns, Australasian Institute of Policing Journal, Vol7, No. 1, pp 27-31.
Rogers, C., (2015), Who are the police and what is policing? Australasian Institute of Policing Journal, Vol 7, No2, 43-44

Professional Journal Papers.
Rogers, C. (2003), Crime Reduction Programmes and Styles of Policing, Community Safety Journal, 2, (3), pages 13-19.
Rogers, C. (2004), Separated by a Common Goal? Political Problems of Crime Reduction Partnerships, Community Safety Journal, 3, (2), pages 5-11.
Rogers, C. (2004), A Uniform Approach to Order Maintenance: Can Police Community Support Officers Step In? Community Safety Journal, 3, (4), pages 15–20.
Rogers, C. (2005) Team Talk-An Integrated Model of Policing Crime and Disorder, Community Safety Journal, 4, (3), pages 29-34,
Martin, H. and Rogers, C. (2005), Learning to Change-the Police as a Learning Organisation, Police Professional Journal, April, pages 18-21.
Rogers, C. (2006), Alley-gates and Signals- The Word on the Street, Community Safety Journal, 5, (2), pages 24-29.
Rogers, C. (2006), Policing by Numbers-the 101 Single Non Emergency Number, Policing Today, Volume 12, No.3, pages 33-35.
Rogers, C. (2006), Policing by Numbers-the 101 Single Non Emergency Number, Policing Today, Volume 12, No.3, pages 33-35.
Rogers, C. (2007), Balance of Power, The Police Review, Volume 115, Number 5923, pages 20-21.
Rogers, C. (2007), A Partnership for Professionalism, Policing Today, Volume 13, Number 2, pages 25-26.
Rogers, C. and Simpson, K. (2007), Take on Trained Recruits, Constabulary Magazine, September 2007, pages 7-9.
Rogers, C. (2007), Balance of Power, The Police Review, Volume 115, Number 5923, pages 20-21
Rogers, C. (2007), A Partnership for Professionalism, Policing Today, Volume 13, Number 2, pages 25-26.
Rogers, C. (2007), Alley-Gates: Preventing Crime or Isolating Communities?, Criminal Justice Matters, No. 60, Autumn 2007, pages 24-25.
Rogers, C. (2008), Long-term study shows continued support for Alley-gate, Secured By Design Journal, July, ACPO Publications.
Martin, H. and Rogers, C. (2008), Managing Customer Demand, Policing Today, Volume 14, Issue 3, pages 33 34.
Rogers, C. (2008), Gathering Community Intelligence-Initial Findings from South Wales, Community Safety Journal, 7, (1), pages 21-25.
Rogers, C. and Coliandris, G. (2008), The Government’s Terrorism Strategy: Implications for Partnerships, Safer Communities Journal, 7, (3), pages 17 -21.
Rogers, C. (2009), Community and Neighbourhood policing, National Policing Improvement Agency WIKI on line dictionary
Hughes, P. and Rogers, C. (2009), Police and the Culture of Commerce, Policing Today, Volume 15, Issue 1, pages 17 – 19.
Gravelle, J. Brocklebank, H. and Rogers, C. (2009), The Knowledge Management Cycle and Tackling Terrorism, Policing Today, Volume 15, Issue 4, pages 21-23.
Rogers, C. (2009), Police Recruitment, National Policing Improvement Agency WIKI on line dictionary
Rogers, C. (2009), Problem Oriented Policing, National Policing Improvement Agency WIKI on line dictionary.
Rogers, C. (2009), The Tripartite System, National Policing Improvement Agency WIKI on line dictionary.
Rogers, C. (2009), Zero Tolerance Policing, National Policing Improvement Agency WIKI on line dictionary.
Gravelle, J and Rogers, C. (2009), Your Country Needs You! The Economic Viability of Volunteers in the Police, Safer Communities, Volume 8, Issue 3, pages 34
38
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2010) Policing Public Protests, Policing Today, Vol 16 (1)
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C. (2010), New Technology –Consider the Human Factor, Policing Today, Vol 16
Rogers, C. and Simpson, S., (2010), Greater Discretion in Policing-A Challenge for Civil Liberties, Policing Today, Vol. 16.3
Gravelle, J and Rogers, C. (2010), Policing in the Big Society, Police Professional, Issue 223 September 23rd 2010.
Blakemore, B, Rogers, C and Hurley, M.,(2010), Pre-entry Police Education- An Economic Viability? Police Professional, Issue 226, 14th October, 2010.
Gravelle, J and Rogers, C. (2010), Police Pension Reform- Long Term Strategic Implications, Police Professional. Police Professional, Issue 227, 21st October 2010.
Milliner, A. and Rogers, C., (2010), The Big Society; Ladders of Engagement, Police Professional, Issue 228, 28th October 2010.
Gravelle J and Rogers, C. (2010), Tight purse strings policing and the decline of research, Policing Today, Vol 16.4
Rogers, C. and Simpson, S., (2010), Stop and Search: The Underlying Problem, Police Professional, Issue 232, 2nd December 2010.
Milliner, A. and Rogers, C., (2011), Marginalised Groups: Barriers to Engaging in the Big Society, Police Professional, Issue 240, 27th January 2011.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Knowledge Management- Improving police and partnership responses to anti-social behaviour, Police Professional, Issue 243, 17TH February, 2011.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Being polite to protesters-understanding why, Police Professional, Issue 244, 3rd March 2011.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), The Big Society’s big mistake?, Policing Today, Vol. 17.1
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Cashing in on Reform?, Police Professional, Issue 246, 17th March, 2011.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Public Information and Policing-Why bother?, Police Professional, 247, 24th March 2011.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Partnership Working in the ‘Big Society’, Safer Communities, Volume 10 issue 2, pp 26-31.
Gravelle, J and Rogers, C., (2011), Changing Policing: Time for a little reflection, Police Professional, Issue 252, 5th May 2011.
Rogers, C., Gravelle, J., (2011) The Lean Arm of the Law, Public Service Review, 23, 43-44
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Empowering Managers: an alternative view of the Winsor Report, Policing Today, Volume 17.2.
Jones, E., Rogers, C., Saunders, A. and Blakemore, B., (2011), Crime Mapping: Joining the Dots, Police Professional, Issue 263, 21st June 2011.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Insights from America: Governance, funding and political appointments, Police Professional, Issue 268, 25th August 2011.
Rogers, C., (2011), Accountability and Transparency Above All, Policing Today, volume 17.4, pp 24- 25.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2011), Five days in August: Responding to familiar complaints, Police Professional, Issue 284, 15th December 2011.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2012), Delivering Dignity, Police Professional, Issue 294, 8th March, 2012.
Gravelle, J. and Rogers, C., (2012), Direct entry schemes-historical fear? Police Professional, Issue 296, 22nd March 2012
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2012) Charging for Service, Police Professional, Issue 298, 14-16.
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2012) Pause for Thought, Policing Today, volume 18.1, pp18-20.
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2012) It’s Policing but not as we know It, Police Professional, Issue 300, 19th April 2012.
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2012), Protesting Against What,? Police Professional, Issue 304, 17th May 2012.
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J. (2012), Visiting Crime Victims; The Start of Something Big?, Police Professional, Issue 307, 7th June 2012.
Rogers, C., (2012), The Blurry Blue Line, Police Professional, Issue 310, 28th June 2012.
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J., (2012), Connect with the Capital, Policing Today, 18, vol. 2, pp 28-30
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J., (2012), Policing and Direct Entry Schemes: Why Not? Public Service Review.
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J., (2102), Sexual Abuse by Police Officers: Rare yet Enduring? Police Professional, Issue 314, 26th July 2012.
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J., (2012), Seeing the Bigger Picture (SPR), Policing Today, 18, vol. 3, pp 31-33.
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2012) Crossing the Divide: Learning to Deal with Commissioners, Police Professional, 327, 18-19
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J., (2012), PCC’s and Funding Payments by Results, Police Professional, Issue 330, 20-21.
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J (2013), Panel power: kingmakers in waiting? Police Professional, Issue 343, 18-20
Rogers, C and Thomas, G (2013), Applying the Peelian vision in the age of commissioners, Police Professional, Issue 349, 16-17.
Rogers, C and Gravelle, J (2013), Putting the jigsaw together: economic implications for policing in the future, Police Professional, Issue 350, 20-21.
Rogers, C., (2013), Changing a Core Function: from ‘fighting crime’ to prevention, Police Professional, Issue 357, 21-22.
Coliandris G, and Rogers, C., (2013), Domestic Abuse policing: a complex arrangement, Police Professional, Issue 360, 24-26.
Rogers, C., (2013), Policing hate crime
it’s not an option, Police Professional, Issue 374, 22-23.
Coliandris, G. and Rogers, C., (2013), Titanic or Mayflower? Police Professional, Issue 379, 16-18.
Coliandris, G and Rogers, C., (2013) Safeguarding Democracy, Police Professional, Issue 385, 16-18.
Rogers, C. and Wooleston, R., (2014), Lessons on Mental Health, Police Professional, Issue 389, 19-20.
Coliandris, G. and Rogers, C., (2014), Policing Uncovered, Police Professional, Issue 392, 18-20.
Green, T., and Rogers, C., (2014), Understanding barriers to police professionalisation, Police Professional, Issue 392, 23-24.
Rogers, C., (2014), Protecting the Community? Police Professional, Issue 410, 21-22.
Rogers, C., (2014), Code of Ethics: Why it Matters, Police Professional, Issue 414, 20-21.
Rogers, C, Del Castillo, F and Fraiman, R., (2014), Insights from Uruguay, Police Professional, Issue 416, 23-25.
Coliandris, G and Rogers, C., (2014), Asset Rediscovery, Police Professional, Issue, pages
Rogers, C and Martin, H. (2015), Changing the Game, Police Professional, Issue 442, 18-20
Cuerden G and Rogers, C., (2015), Profile of Hate Crime, Police Professional, Issue446, 18-20.
Coliandris, G, Coliandris, M and Rogers, C., (2015), Police in the Dronescape, Police Professional, Issue 447, 19-21.
Coliandris, G and Rogers, C., (2015), Seeing Vulnerability, Police Professional, Issue 471,
Rogers, C., (2016), Call to Arms, Police Professional, Issue 490, pp21-22.
Rogers, C., (2016), Slipping under the radar? Police Professional, Issue 497, 18-19.

Popular journal papers.
Rogers, C. (1997), Police in Poland, Universal, 1997, Issue 2, page 8.
Rogers, C. and Smith, D. (1999), The Effects of Illegal Drugs, Visiting Times Journal, Volume 6, pages 12 -14.
Rogers, C. (2004), From Dixon to Z Cars-the Introduction of Unit Beat Policing in England and Wales, Police History Journal, Number 19, pages 10-14.
Rogers, C. (2005) Alley-gates – Redesigning the Urban Landscape, Town and Country Planning Journal, Volume 74 No.2, pages 64-66.
Rogers, C. (2005) Focus on Anti-Social Behaviour, Alley-gating in Barry, Welsh Housing Quarterly Journal, Issue 60, page 32.
Rogers, C. (2006), Alley-gating – A View from the Streets, Town and Country Planning, Volume 75 No.3, pages 79-81
Rogers, C. (2007), Shutting the Gate on Welsh Crime and Disorder, Alley-gates in Barry, Welsh Housing Quarterly, Volume 68; pages 38-39.
Rogers, C. (2008), Winning Hearts and Minds-Designing out Terrorism, Town and Country Planning, Vol. 77, No.5, Pages 235-236.
Rogers, C. (2009) Managing Inner City Streets: Insights from an Alley Gate Initiative, Town and Country Planning, Vol. 78, No.2, pages 92 – 94.
Rogers, C. (2009), Crime, Environment and Alley-gates: Findings from Research, Welsh Housing Quarterly, Issue 75, June 2009, pages 15-16.
Rogers, C. (2010), Positioning Alley gates-Impact on Community Perceptions, Welsh Housing Quarterly, Issue 80, October, 2010, page 44.
Rogers, C., (2011), Physical incivilities, neighbourhoods and perceptions of crime and disorder: insights from South Wales, Town and Country Planning, Vol 81, September 2011.
Rogers, C., (2013), Alley-Gates in Urban South Wales: Consideration of Long Term Trends, Welsh Housing Quarterly, Issue 90, March 2013, pages 58-59.
Rogers, C., (2014), Policing the Past and the Future, Impact Magazine-The Future Edition, Edition 1, University of South Wales, January 2014, pages 20-21.

Editorial Publications.

The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, Vathek Publications, available at http://www.vathek.com/pj/

Rogers, C., (2014) Opinion: Police Accountability in the Age of Austerity, pp1-2, Volume 87 (2014), 1
Rogers, C., (2014), Editors View, page 3, Volume 87, (2014), 1.
Rogers, C., (2014), Opinion: On Police Recorded Crime Statistics, pp 1-2, Volume 87 (2014), 2.
Rogers, C., (2014), Opinion: Things will never be the same, pp 1-2, Volume 87, (2014), 4.

The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, Sage Publications, from January 2015, available at http://www.uk.sagepub.com/journals/Journal202314

Rogers, C., (2015), Speculation, Speculation, Vol 88, pp 1-2 (2015).
Rogers, C., (2105), You pays your money….,

Internet Publications.
Policing Today blog for ACPO Ranks.

Rogers, C., (2011), The Importance of police leadership and Training at
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx, Policing Today Accessed 8/4/11
Rogers, C., (2011), Are you being served? Customers and Change Programmes, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=551&blogid=159
Policing Today accessed 1/5/11,
Rogers, C., (2011), Ian Tomlinson, Accountability and Legitimate Authority, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=572&blogid=159, Policing Today, Accessed 5/5/11
Rogers, C., (2011), Are the Police a Special Case?
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=629&blogid=159
Policing Today, Accessed 28/6/11
Rogers, C., (2011), A Licence to Reform?
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=754&blogid=159
Policing Today, Accessed 30/8/11
Rogers, C., (2011), Are Independent reviews really independent?
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=849&blogid=159
Policing Today, Accessed 14/11/11
Rogers, C., (2011), Can total policing and peaceful; demonstrations ever co-exist?
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=1009&blogid=159
Policing Today, Accessed 6/12/11
Rogers, C., (2011), The Ghost of Scarman Past, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=1061&blogid=159
Policing Today, Accessed 7/12/11.
Rogers, C., (2012), A Blast from the Past,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=1171&blogid=159
Policing Today, Accessed 9/3/12
Rogers, C., (2012), Police, Media and Riots,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?id=1267&blogid=159
Policing Today, accessed 19/3/12.
Rogers, C., (2012) New Perspectives,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Blog/Blog.aspx?blogmonth=4&blogyear=2012&blogid=159
Policing Today, accessed 11/7/12
Rogers, C., (2013), Hearts and Minds: Changing Police Culture,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/hearts_and_minds_changing_police_culture_80674.aspx?utm_source=http%3a%2f%2fnews.pavpub.com%2folmgroup_prolz%2f&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=PTnews11613&utm_term=Policing+Today+news+for+5-11+June%3a+contrasting+chief+constable+fortunes+in+Gwent++Warks&utm_content=34533 Policing Today, accessed 11/06/12
Rogers, C., (2013), The Price of Freedom? http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/the_price_of_freedom_82630.aspx?utm_source=http%3a%2f%2fnews.pavpub.com%2folmgroup_prolz%2f&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=PTnews27713&utm_term=Policing+Today+news+19-25+July%3a+What+is+the+true+price+of+freedom%3f&utm_content=34533
Policing today, accessed 26/07/13.
Rogers, C., (2013), Under pressure- the problems of stop and search
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/under_pressure_84565.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 9/9/13
Rogers, C., (2013), To take arms, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/To_take_arms_86183.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 2/10/13
Rogers, C., (2013), Lest we forget, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/lest_we_forget_23622320213.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 25/10/13
Rogers, C., (2013), How has it come to this? http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/how_has_it_come_to_this_23622320978.aspx?utm_source=http%3a%2f%2fnews.pavpub.com%2folmgroup_prolz%2f&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=PTnews311013&utm_term=Policing+Today+news+24-31+Oct%3a+South+Yorks+PCC+criticises+own+Force&utm_content=34533
Policing Today, accessed 21/11/13
Rogers, C., (2013) Shared Problems, Shared Solutions,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/shared_problems_shared_solutions_25769804290.aspx?utm_source=http%3a%2f%2fnews.pavpub.com%2folmgroup_prolz%2f&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=PTnews211113&utm_term=Policing+Today+news+14-21+November%3a+Concern+grows+for+missing+Chief+Inspector&utm_content=34533
Policing Today, accessed 22/11/13
Rogers, C., (2013) Back to basics, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/back_to_basics_25769804821.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 17/12/13.
Rogers, C., (2014), The Importance of Dialogue,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/the_importance_of_dialogue_25769806128.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 20/01/14.
Rogers, C., (2014), By the Numbers,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/by_the_numbers_25769806813.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 03/02/14
Rogers, C., (2014), All the World’s a Stage
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/all_the_worlds_a_stage_25769808243.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 13/03/14
Rogers, C., (2014), The Fight against Complacency,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/the_fight_against_complacency_25769810152.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 01/05/14.
Rogers, C., (2014), The Case of the Missing Crimes, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/the_case_of_the_missing_crimes_25769810925.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 15/05/14
Rogers, C., (2014), Future Shock, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/future_shock_25769812106.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 13/06/14.
Rogers, C., (2014), Hope after despair,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/hope_after_despair_25769813251.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 12/07/14.
Rogers, C., (2014), The Symptom, Not the Cause,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/is-the-police-service-addicted-to-rationalisation.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 2/10/14.
Rogers, C., (2014), It’s just a step to the right,
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/step-to-the-right-terrorism-legislation-undermines-community-policing.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 18/11/14.
Rogers, C., (2014), Change the record, http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/change-the-record-on-police-recording-crime.aspx. Policing Today, accessed 5/01/14
Rogers, C., (2015) The shape of things to come? http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/the_shape_of_things_to_come_25769819405.aspx
Policing Today, accessed 16/01/15
Rogers, C., (2015), Ahead of the Game? http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/ahead-of-the-game.aspx, Policing Today, accessed 29/01/15
Rogers, C., (2015), Lies, damned lies, and statistics
http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/lies-damned-lies-statistics.aspx, Policing Today accessed 12/02/15
Rogers, C., (2015), The Rise of the Drones, https://www.policingtoday.co.uk/episode-3-rise-of-the-drones.aspx, Policing Today, accessed 21/04/15
Rogers, C., (2015), Self-service or self serving,
https://www.policingtoday.co.uk/west-mids-public-reporting-crimes-online-self-service-or-self-serving.aspx, Policing Today, accessed 21/04/15
Rogers, C., (2015), You pay your Money,
https://www.policingtoday.co.uk/general-election-2015-outcome-impact-on-british-policing.aspx, Policing Today, accessed 15/5/15

Public Services website
Rogers, C., (2012), Policing, Payment and Results, available at:
http://www.publicservice.co.uk/feature_story.asp?id=21295&utm_campaign=Home+Affairs+231012&utm_source=emailCampaign&utm_medium=email&utm_content=
Rogers, C. and Gravelle, J. (2012) Police and Direct Entry Schemes: Why Not?, Public Services: Home Affairs, Available: http://www.publicservice.co.uk/feature_story.asp?id=19737
Rogers, C and Gravelle. J, (2012), Morale, the Police and the idea of a ‘special case’, Public Services Home Affairs available at http://www.publicservice.co.uk/feature_story.asp?id=21390

BBC and other news on line Items
Rogers, C. (2011) Police Budget Item, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-13404187
(BBC Wales News accessed 9/3/12)
Rogers, C., (2012), Rural Crime Discussion, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-16693388, (BBC Wales News accessed 9/3/12)
Rogers, C. (2012), Burglaries in Wales Discussion, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-17299123, (BBC Wales News accessed 9/3/12)
Rogers, C., (2013), Privates Firms Overhaul for Probation Service, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-20956046, BBC Wales News, accessed 9/1/13
Rogers, C., (2013), Police warn gun-smuggling gangs could be on the way to a beach near you, http://www.walesonline.co.uk/incoming/public-urged-be-vigilant-fight-2561445 Wales Online, accessed 11/4/13.
Rogers, C., (2013), Cardiff and Swansea ‘the most peaceful major urban area in the UK’ says a new study, http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/uk-peace-index-ranks-cardiff-3002372 Wales Online, accessed 25/04/13
Rogers, C., (2013), Notorious Welsh killers may never have been caught under new DNA laws, experts warn, http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/how-wales-most-notorious-killers-3588576 Wales online accessed 13/05/13 and also in Wales on Sunday Newspaper, published 12/05/13.
Rogers, C., (2013) , Shift in power from big personality chief constables to elected commissioners, http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/expert-warns-controversy-top-police-4323486, Wales Online, accessed 170613.
Rogers, C., (2013), Beyond reasonable Doubt?
http://epaper.tribuneindia.com/191432/The-Tribune/TT_29_November_2013#page/17/1
Indian Tribune Newspaper, accessed 29/11/13
Rogers, C., (2014), Gwent PCC’s devolution warning, South Wales Argus on line, http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/news/11050837.Gwent_PCC_s_devolution_warning/ accessed 6/3/14
Rogers, C., (2014), ‘Private security Firms bombarding UK police with contract offers’, Voice of Russia UK on line at http://voiceofrussia.com/uk/news/2014_08_20/Private-security-firms-bombarding-UK-police-with-contract-work-offers-6383/
Accessed 26/08/14
Rogers, C., (2014), Cops of the future? British bobbies get a Sci-Fi makeover, The Guardian newspaper, on line at http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/dec/15/-sp-cops-future-british-bobbies-robocop-sci-fi-makeover accessed 5/01/15.
Rogers, C., (2014), Hundreds of pensioners arrested on suspicion of rape, drug dealing, child abuse, burglary, fraud and forgery in Wales this year, Wales on Sunday newspaper, available on line at http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/hundreds-pensioners-arrested-suspicion-rape-8320448 accessed 5/01/15.
Rogers, C., (2015), Discipline case rise for Gwent and North Wales police, BBC news, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-33403507
Rogers, C., (2016), Discussion regarding police an crime commissioner in St David’s day poll organised by BBC, BBC News
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-35688583
Rogers, C., (2016), Huge investment required for devolved policing, BBC News, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-35699891

Television programmes contribution.
8/3/12, Dragons Eye Programme on Rising Burglary Figures in Wales, BBC Wales television, Transmitted 7pm and 11.30pm on BBC 1 and BBC 2 Wales 8/3/12.
2/7/12 BBC Wales Today News Programme on Policing in Austerity, BBC Wales television, Transmitted 6.30pm on BBC Wales 2/7/12.
2/10/12 ITN Wales News Programme, Interview re police procedures for missing child (reference to 5 year old missing in Mid Wales), transmitted 6pm on ITV 2/10/12
6/11/12 BBC Wales Today News Programme, Interview re police investigation of sexual offences, transmitted 6.30pm on BBC Wales 6/11/12.
9/11/12 BBC Wales Today News Programme, Interview regarding ongoing allegations into sexual abuse, North Wales, transmitted 6.30pm on BBC Wales, 9/11/12.
16/11/12 ITN Wales News Programme, On Policies of the new PCCs, transmitted 6pm on ITV 16/11/12.
30/01/13, BBC National News Programme, on Direct entry for senior Officers, transmitted 7.30pm Wednesday 30th January, 2013.
11/06/13 BBC Wales Today News Programme, Interview regarding the removal of Gwent’s Chief Constable, transmitted 6.30pm 11/06/13
09/08/13, ITN Wales News Programme, Interview regarding IPCC investigation of shooting in Newport, transmitted 6pm Friday 09/08/13
03/03/14 BBC Wales Today News Programme, Interview regarding devolution of policing to Welsh government, transmitted 6.30pm, Monday 03/03/14
06/07/15, BBC Wales News Programme, Interview regarding rise in discipline cases in Gwent and North Wales police, transmitted 8.30am and 1.30pm Monday 06/07/15.
1/3/16 BBC Wales News Programme, interview regarding elections for Police and Crime Commissioners, transmitted 8am to 10.30pm 1/3/15

Radio Programmes contributions.
22/7/11, BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales News Programme, Discussion regarding Police Budgets, transmitted 22/7/11.
28/9/11, BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales News Programme, Discussion regarding Police Reform, Transmitted 28/911.
16/12/11, BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales News Programme, Discussion regarding Police Redundancies, Reg. 19, Transmitted 16/12/11.
24/1/12, BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales News Programme, Discussion regarding Rural Policing in North Wales. Transmitted 24/1/12.
26/1/12, BBC Radio Wales, Good Evening Wales News Programme, Discussion concerning police station hubs. Transmitted 26/1/12
13/2/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales News Programme, Discussion regarding Police Budgets, Transmitted 13/2/12.
15/3/12, BBC Radio Wales Good Evening Wales Programme, Discussion regarding The Winsor Report on police pay and conditions, Transmitted 15/3/12.
18/3/12 Eye on Wales Programme-Policing the Night-time Economy. Transmitted 1.05pm Sunday 18th March 2012.
19/5/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Programme-Closing of police stations and moral of the police, Transmitted 7.35am Saturday 19/5/12.
22/5/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Evening Programme – New ASBO legislation, Transmitted 5.15pm, Tuesday 22nd May 2012.
31/5/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Programme- The Impact on Local Policing of Policing the Olympic Games, Transmitted 8.35am, Thursday 31st May 2012.
18/6/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Programme – The Introduction of Police and Crime Commissioners, Transmitted 7.35am Monday 18/6/12.
21/6/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Programme – Reporting of ASB to the Police, Transmitted 8.50am Thursday 21/6/12.
18/7/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Programme – Policing Concerns over Olympic Security Shortfalls, Transmitted 8.17am Wednesday 18/7/12
3/09/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Programme – Re-employment of former police officers, Transmitted 6.32am Monday 3/09/12
21/09/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme – Use of Military as Police at Sporting Events, Transmitted 08.10am Friday 21/9/12
6/10/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme – Introduction of Police and Crime Commissioners Advert Campaigns, Transmitted 08.15am Saturday 6/10/12.
5/11/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme- Morale of the police force, transmitted 6.40am, Monday 5/11/12.
8/11/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Feature programme on South Wales Police and the Introduction of Police Commissioners, transmitted 7.20am Thursday 8/11/12.
13/11/12 BBC Radio Wales ‘Morning Call’ Phone in Programme- Question and Answer sessions on PCC’s and the lack of information provided to public, transmitted between 9am and 10am Tuesday 13/11/12.
16/11/12 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme – Low turnout for poll for Police Commissioners, transmitted 6.10am Friday 16/11/12.
22/11/12. BBC Radio Wales Outside Broadcast for Good Morning Wales- Special 3 hour session on policing and the introduction of Commissioners from Swansea Central Police Station, providing expertise comment and analysis on a range of issues and interviews from people concerning policing, transmitted between 6am and 9am Thursday 22/11/12.
7/12/12 BBC Radio Wales Evening Wales programme- Dyfed Powys commissioner decision to stop recruiting support staff, transmitted 6.15pm Friday 7/12/12.
11/12/12 BBC Radio Wales Jason Mohamed Discussion Programme- Closing of police stations, transmitted between 11.05am and 11.25am Tuesday 11/12/12
7/01/13 BBC Radio Wales Evening Wales programme – Discussion regarding 24 hour delivery of service by multi-agency partnerships, transmitted 6.20pm Monday 7/1/13
9/01/13 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme – Discussion regarding outsourcing and the probation service, monitoring offenders, transmitted 6.10am Wednesday 9/1/13.
24/01/13 BBC Radio Wales Evening Wales Programme- Discussion regarding crime statistics and police recording, transmitted 6.08pm Thursday 24/01/13
30/01/13, BBC Radio 5 Live, Introduction of fast tracking procedure for senior ranks, transmitted 4.05pm 30/01/13.
4/03/13, BBC Radio Wales, Good Morning Wales Programme, Discussion regarding Industrial Rights for Police officers, transmitted 6.50 am 4/3/13
11/03/13, BBC Radio Wales Good morning Wales Programme, Discussion regarding IPCC concerns over South Wales Police and crimes against women, transmitted 7.20am 11/03/13.
11/06/13, BBC Radio Wales Good Evening Wales Programme, Discussion regarding the resignation of Chief Constable of Gwent, transmitted 4.05pm 11/06/13
24/06/13 BBC radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme, Discussion regarding outsourcing of police work and also undercover work allegations involving the Stephen Lawrence family, transmitted 8.25am 24/06/13.
21/07/13 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme, Discussion regarding Home Affairs Committee report into power to remove Chief Constables, transmitted 8.10am 21/07/13.
04/10/13 BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester, Good Morning Programme, discussion regarding police officers convicted of criminal offences, transmitted 7.50am 04/10/13
04/10/13 BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester, Good Morning Programme, discussion regarding the IPCC and a local investigation, transmitted 8.10am 04/10/13
21/01/14 BBC Radio Five Live, Discussion regarding manipulation of crime figures, transmitted 6.20am, 21/01/14
21/01/14, BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Programme discussion regarding crime figures and their reliability, transmitted 7.50am, 21/01/14
03/03/14 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Programme discussion regarding the Silk Commission and devolving policing powers to Cardiff, transmitted 8.50am 03/03/14.
03/03/14 BBC Radio 5 Live, On air discussion involving PCC from Dyfed Powys on implications of Silk Commission, transmitted 5.40pm, 03/03/14
27/03/14 BBC Radio Wales Good Evening Programme discussion regarding HMIC report of failings of police to investigate domestic violence properly, transmitted 5.10pm 27/03/14.
01/05/14 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme discussion regarding HMIC report on police recording of Crimes, transmitted 7.10am 01/05/14
16/05/14 BBC Radio Wales Good Morning Wales Programme, discussion regarding changes in the Police Federation, transmitted 8.15am 16/05/14.
21/05/14 BBC Radio Wales Good Evening Programme discussion regarding Funding for Police Federation, transmitted 5.30pm 21/05/14.
10/06/14 BBC Radio Wales Morning Phone Call Show, discussion regarding increase in fines for motoring offences, transmitted 9.30am Tuesday 10/06/14
11/06/14 BBC Radio Wales Evening Drive Time Programme, discussion regarding domestic assault case and the IPCC report upon it, transmitted 5.15pm 11/06/14
28/07/14 BBC Radio Wales Evening Drive Time Programme, discussion regarding litigation case against police for negligence, transmitted 5.05pm 28/07/14.
20/08/14 Voice of Russia UK programme, discussion regarding privatisation of policing in the UK, transmitted from Moscow 20/08/14.
23/01/15 BBC Radio Worcester and Hereford drive time programme, Discussion regarding recorded crime figures, transmitted 5pm 23/01/15
23/01/15 BBC Radio Wales Evening Drive Time Programme, Discussion regarding Dyfed Powys PCC reducing police precept, transmitted 5.40pm, 23/01/15
02/02/15 BBC Radio Wales Evening Drive Time Programme, Discussion regarding Police Complaints report, transmitted 4.15pm, 02/02/15.
17/02/15, BBC Radio Wales Evening Drive Time Programme, Discussion regarding suing the police, transmitted 6.10pm 17/02/15.
28/07/15 BBC Radio Wales Evening Drive Time Programme, Discussion regarding future role of policing in UK, transmitted 6pm 28/07/15
6/10/15 BBC Radio Wales, Good Morning Wales Programme, Discussion regarding sentencing guidelines, transmitted 6.35am, 6/10/15.
28/10/15 BBC Radio Wales, Morning programme, Discussion regarding potential loss of random patrolling by police, transmitted 10.40am, 28/10/15
9/11/15, BBC Radio Wales, Evening Drive Time Programme, discussion regarding funding formula for police, transmitted 5.20pm 9/11/15.
19/1/16, BBC Radio Wales, evening drive Time Programme, discussion police action at demonstration, transmitted 6pm 19/1/16.
18/2/16 BBC Radio Wales, discussion regarding HMIC report into improvements in policing in Wales, transmitted 4.15pm 18/2/16.
2/3/16 BBC Radio Wales, discussion regarding devolution of policing to Wales, transmitted 6.50am 2/3/16

Memberships

  • Police History Society
  • Designing Out Crime Association (DOCA)
  • Centre for Crime and Justice studies.
  • British Criminology Society
  • European Criminology Society
  • The Evidence Based Policing Society
    *GERN (A pan european body that researches comparative policing methods)


External

Dr Rogers has been the external examiner for two Policing foundation degrees at the following establishments;


  • The University of Central Lancashire
  • The University of Teeside.

Professor Rogers has also been engaged in external validation roles for Masters Programmes for the following universities:
University of Wales
University of Wolverhampton
Christchurch University, Canterbury, Kent.
He has also examined Professional Doctorates and PhD submissions for several UK univeristies.


Consultancy

Professor Rogers was a consultant with the Open university, assisting on the planning, design and implementation of a new criminology course which commenced in 2009.
He has also been employed as a consultant for several universities evaluating proposed Masters level awards.
In October 2013 Professor Rogers was enagged by the Ministry of the Interior, Montivideo, Uruguay to evaluate their community policing programme in that country.He has also been engaged by a number of UK police forces to evaluate such issues as the role of the PCSO, ethical awareness of police officers, and the use of volunteers by the police, amongst many other policing topics.
Recent research has involved examining the services available to victims of crime.
Professor Rogers is a regular contributor to media debates, both on radio and television, concerning police and policing in England and Wales.

Research

Externally Funded Research Activity

In 2004 Professor Rogers was part of a team involving the then University of Glamorgan staff from the Centre for Criminology and the Centre for Police Sciences which was successful in 2004 in obtaining a contract from the Rhondda Cynon Taf Local Authority for researching crime and disorder in pursuant of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998.

Again during 2005 Prof Rogers was part of a team from the University of Glamorgan responsible for gaining a contract for an evaluation of a crime and disorder initiative in Greater Manchester called the scheme [Greater Manchester Against Crime]

In 2007 Prof Rogers obtained funding for an evaluation of the new Tasking and Demand Management Units across the entire South Wales Police force. The findings are to be used to inform both policy and decision making in the fields of policing the community, levels of community satisfaction with policing and the monitoring of police community relations.
In recent times he has researched the role of the PCSO, the closure of local police stations and the services offered to victims of crime.

Prof Rogers continues to research for many diverse police organizations on a number of important issues and to publish on policing matters for academic, professional and other media outlets.


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