Interview: Richard Walton, the former head of Scotland Yard's Counter-Terrorism Command, explains how the UK's CT strategy is working, but with ISIS facing defeat returning fighters and lone attackers will pose a greater threat.
Interview: Until two years ago, gun and knife crime in London had consistently fallen. Following a spike in the figures, the Met's new Commissioner Cressida Dick has pledged to make it her priority, but one charity believes the responsibility for tackling the problem goes beyond the force. Tina Orr-Munro speaks to Patrick Green of the Ben Kinsella Trust
Interview: As the end of their first year in office approaches, Policing Insight talks to Police and Crime Commissioners about their successes and challenges. In the first of a new series, Lincolnshire PCC Marc Jones reflects on the last 12 months in post.
Interview: The company behind the TASER X2 hopes its latest device will boost public reassurance and police accountability, but Matt Spencer, MD, Axon Public Safety, says changes to the latest model are just the beginning of a technological revolution in policing.
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?
Analysis: With BME recruitment, progression and retention rates still low, former ACC Karen Vanterpool Daber, once one of the UK's most senior female Black officers, asks why the service is still having the same debate about BME officers and how it needs to change.
Analysis: Crime is becoming increasingly corporate and global in nature with highly-organised crime syndicates able to exploit the latest technology. Rob Wainwright, director of Europol, outlines the latest challenges and trends.
Analysis: Recent reports reveal that of the number of FGM Protection Orders successfully made in the last two years, police forces in England and Wales accounted for less than 20 per cent. Why are the numbers so low?
Feature: As the shortage of detectives reaches crisis levels, according to HMIC, some forces are turning to direct entry schemes to fill the gap, amid concerns the scheme ignores the value of time spent in a uniform and resources are already too stretched to successfully implement the programme.
Analysis: Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner and NHS England's new £15m jointly-commissioned service to support vulnerable detainees and reduce re-offending is the first of its kind and is already attracting considerable interest, but can it deliver on its promises?
OPINION: The use of spit hoods has become steeped in controversy in recent months. For officers, they are vital protection against contagious diseases such as HIV and Hep C, but for others they are primitive and are being introduced without proper consultation. Policing Insight takes a look at both sides of the debate with Ian Pointon, chairman of Kent Police Federation and leading human rights lawyer Chris Topping presenting opposing views.
News: The Government announcement of £40m to help tackle child sexual exploitation won’t be enough to ‘save every child’ according to Greater Manchester’s Mayor and Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Lloyd.
Interview: Last year, the Internet Watch Foundation marked its 20th anniversary. Policing Insight talks to CEO Susie Hargreaves OBE about the organisation's changing role and its relationship with its police partners.
Analysis: In 2015, the National Audit Office revealed forces were sitting on nearly £2bn in reserves sparking media outrage. Two years on and it is a very different story. Policing Insight reports on how forces are using their reserves to secure their finances and fund their futures.
Interview: Tina Orr-Munro talks to former chief constable of British Transport Police, Andy Trotter who as police lead for communications, was closely involved with the implementation of Airwave
Interview: When the first cohort of exceptional graduates joined the Police Now programme, 56 per cent said they had never considered the police service as a career. Six months into their training and 'the vast majority of them' are planning to stay in the service beyond their initial two-year commitment which is encouraging news as many are from minority ethnic backgrounds. Tina Orr-Munro talks to Kurtis Christoforides, Police Now's programme director.