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Direct Entry Scheme: Tell us more about what might affect us! Emma Williams / Jennifer Norman (CCCU) and Dr Fran Boag-Munroe (PFEW)

Direct Entry Scheme: Tell us more about what might affect us!   The messages portrayed in this blog do not reflect the views of the writers – so do not shoot the messengers! The narrative presented here offers insight into … Continue reading

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Defining ‘Elderly’ in the Prison Context – Kelvin Robbins

Huge thanks to Kelvin for adapting this really interesting blog for the site from his excellent assignment submission for his MA programme! This blog, adapted from a November 2017 postgraduate student admission, explores the definition of elderly within a prison … Continue reading

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End of 2017 round up! Happy New Year

I just read the blog I wrote at the end of 2015 about police workload, resulting stress and the growing and unrealistic expectations placed on cops. As I start to write an end of 2017 blog I am depressingly aware … Continue reading

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Reflections on my journey so far with PoliceNow – Nick Falconer – Avon and Somerset Police

Huge thanks to Nick for writing this blog.. I hope we can get more as his experience advances…. I worked with Nick in the MPS and when he asked me to be a reference for him I was only too … Continue reading

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The Denial of Voice and the Removal of Responsibility: Some reflections on the reductions to the Crime Survey England and Wales

THE DENIAL OF VOICE AND THE REMOVAL OF RESPONSIBILITY: REDUCTIONS TO THE CRIME SURVEY ENGLAND AND WALES New cost-saving measures applied to the Crime Survey for England and Wales from 2017/18 will reduce the number of people interviewed each year … Continue reading

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