Tag Archives: Policing

My last blog of 2015

My last blog of 2015 A turbulent year for the police ending with a really good example of why the turbulence will continue. Last year a student of mine told me about a trainee detective working in London who was … Continue reading

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An excellent blog by @nathanconstable on ….Police Reform

This article was first published in ‘Policing Insight’ a few weeks ago… with thanks to them and @NathanConstable for allowing us to republish here in an open forum. Many thanks Emma You know the words – you’ve heard them often … Continue reading

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Does police officer morale have an impact on public perceptions of police legitimacy?

In this blog, Paul McKeever scholar Elena Collins discusses issues relating to police morale and asks police officers to get involved in her research.  I have just put down the phone after speaking to a friend.  Our conversation has left me … Continue reading

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Initial thoughts on our BSc from one of our first years…… An Inspector in the MPS

July 2014 I’m trying to stuff my bag into the overhead of a packed plane destined for sunny Spain and a well earned break, nothing on my mind other than a bit of sun and a few beers, ok a … Continue reading

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Risks, risks and changing demand…..

Sir Thomas Winsor today announced, without any apparent evidence on which to make his statements credible, that the demands on the police had fallen. He also suggested that forces need to ‘analyse new demands placed on them’ at a time … Continue reading

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