Doug Abrahamson

Doug Abrahamson
Charles Sturt University · Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security

DPubPol, MBA

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August 2016 - December 2018
Rabdan Academy
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Developed the theoretical/applied curriculum for and taught courses on subjects such as: forensic photography; friction ridge theory and development; fire investigation; stakeholder analysis; criminology; investigative techniques; child protection.
April 2015 - present
Charles Sturt University
Position
  • Lecturer
December 2014 - present
The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC)
Position
  • Research Associate

Publications

Publications (8)
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https://www.amazon.com/Practitioners-Handbook-Team-Coaching/dp/1138576921
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In an era in which policing governance is constantly evolving, little guidance exists on effective strategic partnerships to meet the challenges of the 21st century. The global shift to evidence-based policing increased imperatives for police reliance on behavioural science research, yet current police training does not encompass the multidisciplin...
Chapter
This chapter has three aims and each supports police leaders who are trying to improve their organization’s accountability through evidence-based policies and practices and to achieve the organizational goals and outcomes that are within their mandate. The first aim is to help police leaders recognize that all contemporary policing models are infor...
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SITUATION: Organizations worldwide have relied for years on team-based personnel structures to better solve complex issues and complete complex projects/tasks and achieve specific outcomes within and across organizations and business units. Organizations, business leaders and personnel must learn to work effectively in today’s fast paced, highly vo...
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Information sharing is the lifeblood of policing, yet information/knowledge sharing within and across organizations remains problematic. This article elaborated on previous research on organizational information culture and its impact on information use outcomes in policing by examining perceived impediments to information sharing of 134 officers i...
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Introduction: The information management practices of an organization along with the information behaviour and values of its personnel impact on organizational performance and the achievement of specific information use outcomes, positively and/or negatively. The aim of this study was to determine whether a theoretical model previously used in oth...