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It is not that long now until Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) are upon us – elections will be held on the 15th November 2012 – but there is still some confusion (and concern) over what this new role will … Continue reading
Get it right, or the public will make you regret it See this video called United breaks guitars written after United Airlines customer service was less than helpful, or the ex employee who started a site called Asdasucks (no longer live) about … Continue reading
Thoughts from UK Gov Camp 2011 Along with around 170 other folk I gave up my Saturday and went to Microsoft in London for UKGC11 – an ‘unconference’ for people in the public sector to discuss social media, tech issues, and anything … Continue reading
Some interesting comment and discussion over the past couple of days at the ACPO conference. Theresa May’s speech has been well covered but there are some points worth a more detailed look. The central theme of the Home Secretary’s speech … Continue reading
With the appointment of Theresa May and Nick Herbert as Home Secretary and Policing Minister in the new Liberal Democrat and Conservative administration, there are likely to be changes in policing in the UK. Here are my personal thoughts on … Continue reading