Bernard Rix - Publisher, Policing Insight
NEWSLINK: Dorset PCC Martyn Underhill announces his candidacy for the PCC elections next year
Jon Collins - CEO, Restorative Justice Council
OPINION: Jon Collins, CEO of the Restorative Justice Council, examines challenges for those involved in delivering PCC-funded restorative justice services
Michelle Newell - CoPaCC
IN THE NEWS: Michelle Newell reviews the week’s key policing news, including developments on police funding, and details of a keynote speech on "Re-imagining policing"
Sandra Andrews - CoPaCC
OPINION: Sandra Andrews reflects on the impact of domestic abuse on the organisations responsible for its investigation.
Nick Alatti - Policing Insight
EXCLUSIVE: Former milkman and police authority member Clive Grunshaw the PCC for Lancashire talks about helping ex-offenders and exclusively reveals whether he plans to seek re-election next year.
NEWSLINK: Devon & Cornwall PCC Tony Hogg becomes the fourth PCC in ten days to announce they will not contest PCC elections in May 2016
Laura Knight - Institute for Public Safety, Crime & Justice
OPINION: Laura Knight, Director of the Institute for Public Safety Crime and Justice, examines ways forward in the commissioning of victims' and witnesses' services
NEWSLINK: Sir Clive Loader has informed his Police and Crime Panel that he will not run for re-election in May 2016
Elizabeth Crowhurst, The Police Foundation
OPINION: Elizabeth Crowhurst, a commentator on criminal justice reform, reflects on the College of Policing's recent report on policing leadership
Jacqui Hames - Policing Commentator and Broadcaster
OPINION: Policing commentator Jacqui Hames argues that policing should learn from the armed forces in their Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) support provision
Gavin Hales - Associate Fellow, Police Foundation
ANALYSIS: Gavin Hales, Deputy Director of the Police Foundation, provides an analysis of evidence provided to date on police funding to the Public Accounts Committee - covering police demand, resources, governance and accountability
OPINION: Former police officer and businessman Bill Longmore, PCC for West Mercia, talks about his deputy, sets out why he isn’t against force mergers, and explains some PCC wrinkles
IN THE NEWS: Michelle Newell reviews the week’s local and national news, including developments on police funding, details of new policing models in two forces, plus the launching of the independent child sexual abuse inquiry.
NEWS BRIEF: Essex PCC Nick Alston announces he will not run in the May 2016 PCC elections
Jim Mallen - Chairman, Bedfordshire Police Federation
OPINION: Bedfordshire Police Federation Chairman Jim Mallen's view of the Bedfordshire / Cambridgeshire / Hertfordshire control room merger
Lord Carlile - Chair, London Policing Ethics Panel
EXCLUSIVE: Lord Carlile, Chair of the London Policing Ethics Panel, exclusively writes for Policing Insight on the findings of the Panel's first "Police Encounters with the Public" report out today which covers routine and non-covert interactions.
Emma Williams - Policing Programme Director
OPINION: Emma Williams, supported by serving officers "Nathan Constable" and "Dedicated Peeler", ask for your participation in a crowdsourcing project in which police change programs are "re-imagined" as staffed by the federated ranks and equivalent staff grades.
NEWS: The Home Office Permanent Secretary, giving evidence at the Public Accounts Committee, provides more details of the police funding formula review
NEWS BRIEF: Derbyshire PCC Alan Charles announces he will not run in the May 2016 PCC elections
Patricia Moberly - CSPL
OPINION: Patricia Moberly, a member of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, reflects on the Committee's recently published work examining policing integrity.