Monthly Archives: September 2015

Following from @policecommanders blog… The Loss of Innocence. Thanks John for the idea…

This week @policecommander John Sutherland wrote a sad and profound blog entitled ‘The Loss of Innocence’. The blog was, in part, driven by an article in The Independent (8th September) about young people and their relationships with ‘sexual knowledge’. It … Continue reading

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Well being and discretionary effort…

Following on from my last Blog Ian Hesketh writes a piece on well being and the role of worker discretion…….. more negative implications of the removal of the workers voice. Wellbeing and discretionary effort, so what’s that all about then? … Continue reading

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Where there’s a will there’s a way!

Earlier on this evening I went for a run with a friend of mine. He happens to be a sergeant in the MPS and unsurprisingly I guess, like so many others, he is feeling disillusioned, silenced and at times unable … Continue reading

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