Alison Hernandez - PCC for Devon & Cornwall
OPINION: Alison Hernandez, Conservative PCC candidate for Devon & Cornwall, sets out her thoughts on identifying, leading and delivering innovation
Nelena Paparisva - Police Constable
OPINION: It's 100 years since Edith Smith, Britain's first ever female police constable, began patrolling the wartime streets of Grantham. PC Nelena Paparisva spoke at last week's event to mark the occasion.
Dr Roy Bailey, University of Portsmouth
OPINION: Former senior police officer Roy Bailey sets out plans for his latest research project into policing governance
Neda Nobari - University of Leeds
OPINION: Neda Nobari from the University of Leeds looks at some of the challenges associated with the police response to the terrorist threat.
Rob Allen - Independent researcher
OPINION: Independent researcher Rob Allen introduces a new report, "Rehabilitation Devolution", which argues that localising justice can reduce crime and imprisonment
Rory Geoghegan, Head of Criminal Justice, Centre for Social Justice
OPINION: Frontline Met Police constable Rory Geoghegan provides an insight into the prevalence of knives in and around his dedicated London ward.
Colin Sutton - Prospective PCC Candidate, Suffolk
OPINION: Colin Sutton, policing commentator and former senior police officer, criticises the planned recruitment process for a new Suffolk Chief Constable
Katy Bourne - Sussex PCC
OPINION: PCC Katy Bourne provides the Sussex perspective on the Chancellor's Comprehensive Spending Review.
Nathan Constable - Blogger
OPINION: Regular Policing Insight contributor "Nathan Constable" looks behind the policing scenes at the men and women doing their very best under increasingly challenging conditions.
Gavin Thomas - PSAEW
OPINION: After the Spending Review, Ch Supt Gavin Thomas, Vice President of the Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales, identifies two key questions - and an Elvis song
Bernard Rix - Publisher, Policing Insight
OPINION: CoPaCC Chief Executive Bernard Rix looks at the organisation's plans to act on the Home Office's response to the Committee on Standards in Public Life's recent report on policing
Rick Muir - Director, Police Foundation
ANALYSIS: Rick Muir, Director of the Police Foundation, provides his analysis of the impact of the Chancellor's Spending Review announcements on policing.
OPINION: Bernard Rix wonders if PCCs may yet find that the Chancellor's "protecting the police budget" comes with a painful sting in the tail
OPINION: Chief Superintendent Gavin Thomas, Vice President of the Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales, writes on the Spending Review and counter terrorism.
CC David Thompson QPM, West Midlands Police
OPINION: DCC Dave Thompson of West Midlands Police pays tribute to the security services and police in keeping us safe, and considers the future challenge in a time of austerity
Policing Insight team
OPINION: Inviting your views on this, our FIRST Police Debate brought to you by PolicingInsight.com. Should all our police officers be armed?
Sharon Gander - Nottingham Trent University
OPINION: Sharon Gander, Policing Pathway Lead for Nottingham Trent University's BA (Hons) Criminology Degree, argues in favour of the College of Policing's degree proposals
Emma Williams - Policing Programme Director
OPINION: Emma Williams, Programme Director, In Service Policing degree at Canterbury Christ Church Uni, marks the College of Policing's recent 'policing degree' work
Kevin Hurley - Surrey PCC
OPINION: Surrey's Police and Crime Commissioner, Kevin Hurley, urges the Chancellor to look again at his plans for policing and security spending
Gareth Stubbs - Policing blogger
OPINION: Policing blogger (and serving officer) Gareth Stubbs puts the arguments in favour of the College of Policing's Educational Qualification Framework (EQF).