Tag Archives: Values

Don’t believe the hype – Policing Today

Quick plug for my latest article for Policing Today – http://www.policingtoday.co.uk/Content/Doc.aspx?id=860 Advertisements

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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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Guest post: Nick Keane – The woman screaming at her child “I hate you!”

Today’s post is from a guest blogger – Nick Keane from the NPIA. Nick is the Digital Engagement and Knowledge Business Advisor for policing in the UK, and can be found on Twitter at @NickKeane. The title of this blog … Continue reading

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What now for Big Society?

There has been a flurry of interest again in the Big Society recently – check out this article or this one in the Guardian proclaiming it’s death, and the suggestion that the church will take over much of the state … Continue reading

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Value for Money as a Personal Value?

Can you describe a desire for efficiency in financial terms as a personal value? Continue reading

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