Monthly Archives: May 2015

The conflicting notion of ‘professional policing’…

This week Theresa May addressed the delegates at the National Police Federation Conference in Bournemouth. Giving officers the tools required to ensure professional behaviour was one of the key issues raised in her speech. Unfortunately a clear example of what … Continue reading

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Senior leaders and the use of Twitter (in the Oracle yesterday)

Understanding what might positively impact on behavioural change in policing environments was a topic that was discussed at the Society of Evidence Based Policing conference in Manchester recently. This theme is also apparent in much of the academic literature focused … Continue reading

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