Ed Rees - Grant Thornton
ANALYSIS: Ed Rees of police auditors and advisors Grant Thornton looks at how to determine whether funding allocated to community safety provides the public with value for money
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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
Gavin Hales - Associate Fellow, Police Foundation
ANALYSIS: Gavin Hales, Deputy Director of the Police Foundation, takes stock of what the Spending Review means for 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.
Nick Newman - PA Consulting
ANALYSIS: Nick Newman of PA Consulting looks at some of the tough choices that police forces face on the best way to access and share digital information and intelligence
NEWS: With CoPaCC's first "PCC Candidate Briefing" event confirmed for Wednesday, 16th December 2015, Bernard Rix provides more information on the programme for the day...
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
NEWS BRIEF: The key policing elements of the Chancellor's Spending Review speech...
Simon Bullock - CoPaCC
ANALYSIS: As the Chancellor is poised to announce significant cuts to police budgets, Simon Bullock looks at the backstop powers provided by legislation for safeguarding against failing police forces.
NEWS: With the first event confirmed for Wednesday, 16th December 2015, Bernard Rix sets out CoPaCC's plans to help declared and potential PCC candidates prepare for the PCC elections in May 2016.
Derek Mann - Independent management consultant
ANALYSIS: In the light of recent events in Paris, independent management consultant and retired senior police officer, Derek Mann, examines the police's firearms capability and the implications for the traditional British policing model
Jack Greig-Midlane - Cardiff University
ANALYSIS: Jack Greig-Midlane of Cardiff University analyses David Cameron's claim that there are 3,800 more 'neighbourhood officers' than at the time of the last Spending Review
Dr Kevin Morrell, Durham University
ANALYSIS: Kevin Morrell, a Professor of Strategy at Warwick Business School, considers the risks of further reductions in police budgets.