Helen Martin known as Mrs Helen C Martin
B Ed (Hons) Business Studies
Helen is the Academic Subject Manager for Policing and Security at the University. She is responsible for the subject area of Policing and Security and manages the staff and courses delivered on campus at the University.
Helen has worked in education and training for nearly 30 years in further education and also higher education. She has managed and been course leader for a range of undergraduate and post graduate courses.
Helen’s teaching and module leadership experience has seen her lead in a number of areas such as:
• Organisational Behaviour
• Workplace Psychology
• Leadership and Management
• Business Communication Skills
• Business Law
• Research Methods
• Human Resource Management
• Training and Development
• International Culture and Communications
• Talent Development
• Marketing and Public Relations
• Managing Customer Relationships
Helen’s Course Leadership experience has seen her leading a number of undergraduate and post-graduate courses at the University of South Wales and at two other Higher Education Institutions.
Academic Subject Management for Policing and Security
Edwards, M., Martin, H. and Rogers, C. (2020) Practical Policing. Police Professional. March.
Pepper, I. Rogers, C, and Martin, H. (2020). Evidence Based Policing: A View on its development within the police service. Journal of Work-Applied Management.
Whitcombe, D., Welch, D., Hawkins, C. and Martin, H. The Integration of Hydra Immersive Learning into Postgraduate, Higher and Further Education (oral presentation). ALT Annual Conference 2019, University of Edinburgh, 3-5 September 2019.
Martin, H., Rogers, C., Samuel, A. and Rowling, M.(2017). Serving from the top: police leadership for the 21st century. International Journal of Emergency Services 6(3), pp. 209-219.
Martin, H., Samuel, A. and Rowling, M. (2017). Influencing fairtrade consumption through servant leadership: Bruce Crowther’s story. Society and Business Review
Martin, H., and Rogers, C., (2017), Potential for conflict and mistrust, Journal of the Australasian Institute of Policing, Volume 10 (2), pp 32-35.
Samuel, A; Rowling, M., and Martin, H. (2017), Influencing Fair Trade Consumption through servant leadership: Bruce Crowther’s Story. The 6th International Conference on Social Responsibility, Ethics, and Sustainable Business, Berlin, Germany, September 28 & 29, 2017: ISSN: 2285-7222
Martin, H. and Rogers, C., (2015), Accountability: Changing the Game, Police Professional, Issue 442, 18-20.
Martin, H. and Rogers, C. (2009), Knowledge Management and Police Resources: Insights from Research, The Police Journal, Volume 81, Pages 235 – 247.
Brocklebank, H., Martin, H. and Rogers, C., (2009), Female Officers Perceptions of applying for Promotion and Specialist Departments in Gwent Police: An Independent Evaluation. Centre for Police Sciences, University of Glamorgan.
Martin, H. and Rogers, C. (2008), Managing Customer Demand, Policing Today, Volume 14, Issue 3, pages 33-34.
Rogers, C. Gravelle, J. and Martin, H. (2007) Tasking Demand Management Units in South Wales: An Independent Evaluation, Pontypridd, University of Glamorgan: Commissioned by South Wales Police
Martin, H. and Rogers, C. (2005), Learning to Change-the Police as a Learning Organisation, Police Professional Journal, April, pages 18-21.
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)
Academic Associate of Chartered Institute of Personnel Development
Member of Institute for Leadership and Management
Editorial Board: The Peer Review Journal, Salus: An International Journal of Law Enforcement, National Security, and Emergency Management.
Parent Governor at Aberdare Community School.
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