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Research Interests

Rob has eclectic interests. A former police officer, he enjoyed a varied career (in & out of uniform), retiring in March 2006 (with various specialisms including: fraud; training; child protection; & local policing).  He also spent time with a firm of clinical and forensic psychologists writing court psychological reports for child and family proceedings (currently vocationally assessing the suitability of clerics).  A chartered/registered Occupational Psychologist, Rob worked as a health and well-being consultant internally for Birmingham City Council and externally for an adult social care provider. It is this occupational focus that underpins everything he does forensically.  For example, his recent PhD saw him research police custody (officer & police staff) well-being across seven police forces, for which he developed the Integrated Multilevel Model of Organisation Culture and Climate (IMMOCC) as basis for his longitudinal, multi-strategy approach.  

Education/Academic qualification

Academic practice, Postgraduate Certificate, Coventry University


Research practice, Postgraduate Diploma


Forensic psychology, MSc, Birmingham City University


Occupational psychology, Doctorate, University of East London


Occupational psychology, MSc, University of Wales


Psychology, Degree, Open University


Forensic psychology, Doctorate, Nottingham Trent University

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External positions

Self-employed Associate, Wilcox Psychology Associates Ltd

2019 → …

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Research Output

Sector Well-Being Differences Among UK Police Custody Staff

Werner-de-Sondberg, R., Karanika-Murray, M., Baguley, T. & Blagden, N., 1 Jun 2018, In : Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 33, 2, p. 137-149 13 p.

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    NIHR CLAHRC East Midlands - PhD Travel/Research Prize

    Robert Werner-de-Sondberg (Recipient), 2016

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