Monthly Archives: December 2016

Twitter awards 2016 and an end of year blog..

  Police Twitter awards 2016 – what a great focus for an end of year final (short) blog. As I travel back from the awards hosted at Northampton Police HQ I have to say how much my belief in Twitter … Continue reading

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Twitters response to the PEQF announcements from the College of Policing – Jennifer Norman

COP announcement about PEQF plans: reactions and reflections The purpose of writing this piece is to reflect on the ongoing discussions concerning the developing narrative around the College of Policing’s (COP) ‘professionalisation policing agenda’ – specifically the Police Education Qualification … Continue reading

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Policing Vulnerability: Definitions, legitimacy and thinking differently Ian Hesketh and Emma Williams

This piece appeared in Policing Insight a couple of weeks ago: Based on thoughts from the annual College of Policing Conference: Policing Vulnerability: Definitions, legitimacy and thinking differently Traditionally, it seems that whenever we mention vulnerability and policing in the … Continue reading

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