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Is Policing Perfect?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Is Policing Perfect? No. Has Policing ever been perfect? No Will Policing ever be perfect? Probably not, BUT….. The demise of Policing is a reasonably complex problem, far more so than would have us believe. I don’t intend to repeat too much of what I have already said before, but prior to the intervention of […]

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Police Uplift Programme Graduate Entry – Successes And Failures

Reading Time: 4 minutes Yet again I find myself having to start a post with an admission that I expected to be writing something slightly different. The first set of data that I got from NPCC was accompanied by this graphic. Fig 1 represents the TOTAL number of joiners to date during the lifetime of the programme. My request

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Canteen Culture This Culture That Culture – Why Policing Is Doomed

Reading Time: 6 minutes Canteen Culture This Culture That Culture – Why Policing Is Doomed, is it doomed?  Is there an agenda out there to aid its demise? The problems in Policing go back a very long way. Institutional Racism After the tragic murder of Stephen Lawrence the Lord Macpherson labelled the Met Institutionally Racist. That was in 1999.

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Time To Reform Parliament and Journalism?

Reading Time: 4 minutes I do occasionally ask myself is it time to reform Parliament and Journalism. YES, whyever not. Much has been said in the last few days about perceived wrong-doing, misogyny, systemic failures and heaven knows what within Policing in general and the Metropolitan Police in general. I had really hoped not to have to write about

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David (Warwickshire) Vs Goliath (West Mercia)

Reading Time: 5 minutes Forget #Brexit, this is much closer to home and just as gripping to some of us. Before I go any further, beacuase I’m a fair kind of person, I must point out the collaboration between Warwickshire and West Mercia Police Forces came into being in 2012, the present encumbent in West Mercia, my old adversary

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An Open Letter to the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner

Reading Time: 3 minutes Dear Mr Campion, You have been the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner for several years now, and as you know the world of Policing has suffered some savage cuts brought about, mainly, by Mrs Theresa May. ince 2010. Policing as a whole has lost approximately 21,000 officers in total across England and Wales. How

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Policing Experience – Is There Another Crisis Waiting To Happen?

Reading Time: 2 minutes We’ve heard plenty about #CrisisInPolicing and I’m not going to convince you that there isn’t one. I have said before that there is, caused directly and personally by David Camoron and Theresa May. They were both arrogant and refused to listen to those who knew what they were talking about. Instead they preferred to accuse

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The Answer To Everything Is NOT 42

Reading Time: 3 minutes Like many others of a certain age I grew up believing that the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything is 42. It took Supercomputer Deep Thought 7½ million years to compute and check the answer, which turns out to be 42.   It took me less than 30 years to

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Primary Objects

Reading Time: 3 minutes According to Sir Richard Mayne The primary object of an efficient police is the prevention of crime: the next that of detection and punishment of offenders if crime is committed. … The ability of the police to perform their duties is dependent upon public approval of police actions According to the House of Lords (Lord

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Funding The Police or Foreign Aid?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Part One It is no secret that Central Government funding of the Police is steadily reducing and has been since 2010 when that Camoron person just about scraped home in a General Election. The other thing about Police Budgeting that pisses me off is the way the government fudges the figures to make themselves look

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