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Naomi Clemons

PhD Student

School: School of Law, Criminal Justice and Computing

Campus: Canterbury


Profile summary

I graduated from the University of Kent with a First Class BSc in Psychology in 2007 and an MSc by Research in Policing in 2016. I joined CCCU in October 2016 as a University Instructor and am undertaking a PhD part time. 

Research topic

Employee Turnover: Wider reaching implications of turnover in the Police and Prison Service.

Research outline

Results from my MSc Thesis highlighted that employee turnover in policing organisations was increasing but little consideration was given to the wider organisational or societal impact of such turnover. The current research will aim to explore the perceived impact of employee turnover in both the police and prison service in England and Wales. Consideration will be given to the impact on staff, the organisation and the wider community.

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Research outputs

The research is aiming to identify what the perceived implications for employee turnover are and if these can be subsequently evidenced and how such perceptions have influenced policymaking.


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