Daniel Welch is a full-time Lecturer within the Police Sciences division at the University of South Wales. Daniel currently assists with the teaching and delivery of the BSc (Hons) Police Sciences degree, with his role varying from Module Leader to Dissertation Supervisor.
In addition to this role, Daniel is a part-time PhD student. Daniels current research is regarding the policing response to domestic abuse in Wales, whilst having a particular focus on victims and the implementation of police policy.
Year Tutor for 1st Year Police Science Students.
Module Leader: PC0S003 – Introduction to Critical Analysis In Police Sciences
Module Leader: PC1S002 – Performance and Development
Module Leader: PC1S019 – Community Safety
Module Leader:PC2S019 – Research in Policing and Security
Module Leader:PC3D013 – Dissertation Research Project.
Update Editors for The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
Professional Journal Papers:
Welch, D. (2017) Sustaining Domestic Abuse as a Priority: Insights from Wales and Australia. Police Science: Australia and New Zealand Journal of Evidence Based Policing. Vol 2 (1). P.45 – 49.
Welch, D (2017). The sustainability of Policing Domestic Abuse: Insights from Wales and Australia. Australasian Institute for Policing Journal 9 (1). P.16 – 21.
Welch, D. (2017) ’Coercive Control: One Year On’, Police Professional, Issue 545: 25-26
Welch, D. (2016). Domestic abuse – A continuing problem for the police. Australasian Institute for Policing Journal. 8 (1).
Rogers, C. & Welch, D. (2016). Cultural perceptions. Police Professional. June, issue 509. P.16-17
Academic Journal Papers:
Welch, D. (2017). Update. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles. 90 (3), 274 – 281
Kirby, A. and Welch, D. (2016) ‘The Equality Act 2010, Specific Learning Difficulties and the Police: Two Sides to Every Coin’, Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles (OnlineFirst), DOI:10.1177/0032258X16657132
Society of Evidence Based Policing
Current research : A critical evaluation of police policy implementation and victim satisfaction of Domestic Abuse in Wales.
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