Tag Archives: collaboration

Secret Policing

As forces (and indeed the entire criminal justice system) become more involved with private partners and third sector providers to deliver policing services, is there a danger that transparency and accountability will be reduced? Even collaboration between forces requires a … Continue reading

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Internal Social Media

Many of the people who will read blogs like this will be familiar with the oft-mentioned benefits of social media. It is social, it allows collaborations and conversations to develop with like minded people, it is the future! Readers may … Continue reading

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Getting Engaged

I have had some really good discussions this week about engagement. Whilst this might come as a surprise to my wife, defining what engagement is, and what it is in terms of social media is an interesting question. Thanks go … Continue reading

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Local engagement in the land of big sky and sausages

In reply to this post by Dave Briggs. Dave and I were chatting the other day about local engagement issues, especially in Lincolnshire (the land of big sky and sausages) where we both live. Lincolnshire is a complex county, with … Continue reading

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The shape of police forces to come

Summary In the future, not that far away, any sense of professional identity in public service means looking beyond organisational boundaries. Not just in CDRPs and other ‘local’ facing areas of policing, but across the whole range of policing services. … Continue reading

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