Bernard Rix - CoPaCC
ANALYSIS: Policing Insight's publisher, Bernard Rix, identifies three reasons why PCCs - particularly Conservatives - may have wished that Theresa May had not triggered an early General Election.
Carina O'Reilly - Editor, Policing Insight
ANALYSIS: The latest HMIC report, The State of Policing in England and Wales, was overshadowed by a row about the traumatic experiences suffered by uniformed officers. However, the report is an important one, addressing key issues around demand, resourcing and mental health. Carina O'Reilly, editor of Policing Insight, assesses the report.
Linda Cooper, Anglia Ruskin University
ANALYSIS: Project Nova started as a pilot model in the Norfolk and Suffolk areas, to identify military veterans at the earliest point in the criminal justice pathway, and support veterans at all stages through the criminal justice process. Dr Linda Cooper of Anglia Ruskin's Veterans and Families Unit reports back from the pilot.
Dr Emily Andrews, Institute for Government
ANALYSIS: Despite appearances (and headlines), the police service has been one of the public sector's success stories over the last few years, making significant cuts with less damage to services than other sectors. Emily Andrews of the Institute for Government examines the data through the IfG's new Performance Tracker - but warns there could be trouble ahead.
Syreeta Lund, Policing Insight
Analysis: Dr Alistair Norman, lecturer in information management at Leeds University Business School, discussed the latest technological solutions around public safety communications at the recent B-APCO 2017 conference, including the drivers, barriers and trends for the future.
Supt Dave Hill - EMPAC
ANALYSIS: The policing landscape is undergoing tremendous change. Supt Dave Hill, Programme Director for the East Midlands Police Academic Collaboration (EMPAC) examines the 'VUCA' model - volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous - to help find a path for policing in the 21st century.
Tina Orr Munro - Associate Editor, Policing Insight
Analysis: Last month, North Yorkshire Police became the second police force in England and Wales to introduce misogyny as a separate hate crime category after Nottinghamshire Police introduced it last year, but how many other forces are likely to follow suit?
Ian Wiggett - Policing Insight
Analysis: Former Assistant Chief Constable for Greater Manchester Police Ian Wiggett examines the options facing law enforcement following the terror attack in Westminster last month.