Tag Archives: evidence based policing

A hope for change: views from the frontline

In this blog one of our in-service BSc Policing students talks very honestly about the state of the police and how he has seen some light for change… Over the last few months I have become exceptionally disengaged from the ‘job’ after … Continue reading

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#oldbillrebuilt TEDx and beyond!

#oldbillrebuilt Yesterday saw the first EVER police TEDx event held at the Park Plaza Hotel in Leeds. I can’t tell you how lucky I feel to have attended such a brilliant event and actually I could write all day on … 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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A different form of evidence – have your say. More on the Red Button Project….

  This month I hope some of you will have become aware of the ‘Red Button Project’ which seeks to gather thoughts, innovative ideas and opinion on police reform from officers themselves. You might have read the two fantastic blogs … Continue reading

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