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and Welfare Survey 2016 Thames Valley Police January 2017

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6. ORGANISATIONAL

6. ORGANISATIONAL SUPPORT: MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING Participants who indicated that they had sought help for difficulties with mental health and wellbeing were presented with additional questions concerning disclosure to a line manager. 6.1. DISCLOSURE 62% of respondents reported that they had disclosed seeking mental health and wellbeing support to their line managers. 6.2. REASONS FOR NON-DISCLOSURE Respondents who did not disclose that they were seeking mental health and wellbeing support were asked to indicate why. Findings are presented in Figure 6 below. Respondents were able to cite as many reasons as applicable. Figure 6. Thames Valley Police: Reasons for non-disclosure 13 31 % responses 15 22 20 Reasons for non-disclosure Other I didn't want to be treated differently (in a negative way) It wasn't affecting my work so I didn't feeli like I needed to I thought it would negatively affect my opportunities for promotion and/or specialisation I was worried that my other colleagues would find out Welfare Survey 2016 Thames Valley Police Research and Policy Support Mary Elliott-Davies 10 R101/2016

6.3. LOCAL ATTITUDES TO MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING All respondents were asked about the attitude of the police service towards mental health and wellbeing. Nationally, these were found to be fairly negative. Figure 7 below shows the perception reported by respondents from Thames Valley Police. Figure 7. Thames Valley Police: Attitudes to mental health and wellbeing 43 45 34 34 33 % respondents 24 21 23 22 23 22 24 27 14 8 10 17 7 11 12 11 5 16 2 15 Strongly agree Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Strongly agree Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Strongly agree Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Strongly agree Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Strongly agree Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree Strongly disagree Someone would be treated differently (in a negative way) if they disclosed difficulties with their mental health and wellbeing I believe my colleagues would be supportive if I experienced difficulties with my mental health and wellbeing I think my line manager would be supportive if I experienced difficulties with my mental health and wellbeing I would feel confident disclosing any difficulties I might have with my mental health and wellbeing with my line manager The police service encourage staff to talk openly about mental health and wellbeing Welfare Survey 2016 Thames Valley Police Research and Policy Support Mary Elliott-Davies 11 R101/2016

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