Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Rosemary Woolston

 Rosemary Woolston

Profile

Rosemary was a Detective Sergeant with the NSW Police Force before commencing full time employment with Charles Sturt University as a Lecturer progressing to Senior Lecturer and then Associate Professor, Head of School. Rosemary holds a Doctor of Education in the field of Recruit Education and Mental Health.

Rosemary brings to the School a wealth of experience gleaned from generalist and specialist fields within the NSW Police Force. She has extensive experience in child protection investigation areas.

She has lectured on Police Practicum subjects within the Diploma of Policing Practice and coordinated investigations, child protection, domestic violence and mental health subjects within the Bachelor of Policing (Investigations).

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Teaching

  • Policing Social Issues
  • Mental Health
  • Domestic Violence
  • Child Protection

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Research

  • Mental Health
  • Domestic Violence
  • Child Protection
  • Police Practicum

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Publications

Feb 2006 Workplace Learning and Assessment of Probationary Constables in the NSW Police, Practical Experiences in Professional Education (PEPE) Conference, Auckland , New Zealand.

June 2005 Workplace Learning and Assessment of Probationary Constables in the NSW Police, the First International Conference on Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through Assessment, PolyU, Hong Kong.

Feb 2004 with Sergeant Kat Lang Workplace Learning and Assessment of Probationary Constables in the NSW Police, PEPE Conference, Brisbane.

July 2003 with Sergeant Tony Hegy The Duty Book, a presentation at the CSU Practicum Coordinators Forum.


Conference Publications

2011 Jennett, C, Islam, M.R, Bull, D. & Woolston, R.  Educating Police Recruits for Democratic Policing, Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, Refereed Conference proceedings, School of Justice, Faculty of law, Queensland University of Technology.
 

2008 Jennett, C, Islam, M. , Bull, D. & Woolston, R. ‘Occupational Identity of Police Recruits’, in Australian Collaborative Education Network Work Integrated Learning (WIL): Transforming Futures: Practice .. Pedagogy .. Partnerships,  WACE-ACEN 2008 E-Proceedings

 

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