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PCCs have their own fires to put out first

PCCs have their own fires to put out first

(28/01/16) With the Home Office pushing ahead with plans to let PCCs create a single employer for police and fire personnel, editor Martin Buhagiar asks if some already have enough on their plate.

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Why so much of what we're told about solving crime is wrong

Why so much of what we're told about solving crime is wrong

(18/01/16) Former Crimewatch presenter Nick Ross argues that conventional thinking about the causes of offending are wrong.

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(07/01/16) Be careful what you wish for with police and fire collaboration
Lost in a world of risk assessment

Lost in a world of risk assessment

(06/01/16) Forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon speculates on whether police risk assessments are fit for purpose.

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(03/01/16) Handling 'honour-based' violence: A new approach (25/12/15) Northern Ireland Justice Minister's Christmas message (25/12/15) 'Policing in Scotland is continuing to perform well' (25/12/15) Home Secretary's Christmas message (25/12/15) Sara Thornton: 'We remain absolutely committed to reform' (23/12/15) A topsy-turvy 2015 - what can we expect in 2016? (21/12/15) Islamic State 'under the bed' (10/12/15) 'Look out chief, she's behind you' (09/12/15) Targets in policing: the good, the bad and the ugly (26/11/15) Pushing ahead with cuts would have been a political disaster (16/11/15) Reflective revenge on terrorism? (13/11/15) Horrendous hypocrisy from the Home Office (08/11/15) 'Police officers by their very nature won't turn their back on anything' (05/11/15) The myth of 'radical' police reform (03/11/15) Permanent prevention for a state frozen with fear? (30/10/15) What was the point of that 'debate' on compulsory severance? (23/10/15) Chiefs should back their police officers and reject compulsory severance (22/10/15) A localised recruitment process would lead to more BME officers (19/10/15) Reflections on the case of Nick Gargan (16/10/15) 'Home Office should either hand forensics regulator new powers or scrap the role' (08/10/15) This Government should practice what it preaches (28/09/15) Leaving the Job: Are You Sitting Comfortably? (24/09/15) This isn't scaremongering Home Secretary, this is far more frightening (23/09/15) A partnership worth keeping (21/09/15) It's not just the law on 'sexting' that needs updating, attitudes to nudity do too
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