ANALYSIS: CoPaCC's Bernard Rix identifies some of the Brexit articles to date that contain a must-read policing and security perspective
NEWS: Bernard Rix, CoPaCC Chief Executive, confirms that CoPaCC is shortly to re-examine OPCCs' transparency
NEWS: A share of the £1 billion available through the Home Office's policing transformation funds will in due course be awarded to the best bids. CoPaCC's CEO, Bernard Rix suggests how, OPCCs, forces and their partners can increase their chances of submitting successful proposals.
ANALYSIS: PCCs have only four years to establish their legacy before the next elections. Bernard Rix, editor of CoPACC, outlines the four key areas where PCCs can stamp their authority.
NEWS: Bernard Rix, Policing Insight's publisher, welcomes Carina on board...
ANALYSIS: Bernard Rix, CoPaCC Chief Executive, writes to recently elected Police and Crime Commissioners
OPINION: CoPaCC Chief Executive Bernard Rix reflects on PCC-related implications following the Hillsborough inquest verdict
ANALYSIS: Bernard Rix, CoPaCC Chief Executive, looks ahead to CoPaCC's next four years
IN THE NEWS: Our Weekly Review, drawing heavily on our popular Media Monitor database
ANALYSIS: Bernard Rix, CoPaCC's Chief Executive, identifies one area where PCC candidates' discussions with the Electoral Commission may havehad a material influence on voting
SNAP ANALYSIS: A first look at the national position, with all candidates now confirmed for the 40 Police and Crime Commissioner elections on May 5th 2016
ANALYSIS: Includes details of which candidates have so far signed the Committee on Standards in Public Life's "PCC standards checklist"
ANALYSIS: Bernard Rix and Simon Bullock of CoPaCC identify the winners (and losers) in the Home Office's recent distribution of a £55 million fund
ANALYSIS: Bernard Rix of CoPaCC identifies the force areas where turnout in May 2016's PCC elections is likely to be higher
ANALYSIS: Bernard Rix, CEO of CoPaCC and Policing Insight, examines how the EU referendum impacts on the PCC elections
ANALYSIS: A detailed analysis of the Surrey OPCC papers made public following a BBC Freedom of Information request