Monthly Archives: February 2017

Thoughts on spit hoods – Graham Hooper

Spit Hoods in Policing – Comment Policing is an occupation with special risks. Every day police officers are assaulted and injured in the course of their duties, often minor, but sometimes seriously and very occasionally fatally. For a considerable time, … Continue reading

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The shape of the Policing Degree, one Officer’s Suggestion – Richard Honess

Richard Honess – a PhD student and recent MSc graduate at CCCU offers some thoughts  on what a degree in policing could look like. Getting the balance between theory and practice…… The recent announcement by the College of Policing about … Continue reading

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Being a Pro, the oldest game in town: Fate, State and Trait – an analysis of police. Emma Williams and Dr Ian Hesketh

This appeared in Policing Insight last week….. As a result of burgeoning interest created by the College of Policing’s mission to professionalise the UK police service, we take a look at the occupation of policing. Our lens does not focus … Continue reading

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