Dr Ian Hesketh, Senior Policy Adviser, College of Policing
OPINION: Sara Thornton's recent speech on "re-imagining policing" referred to Public Value Theory. Ian Hesketh examines how the Public Value framework works.
Colin Sutton - Prospective PCC Candidate, Suffolk
OPINION: Ex-London murder DCI, now writer, pundit and hired investigator Colin Sutton argues that police foot patrols are "like using a Model T Ford on the M25" - a romantic curiosity, historically significant but totally unsuited to modern life
Nick Alatti - Policing Insight
EXCLUSIVE: Has the fact that you do not have a policing background been in any way a disadvantage in the role of PCC? In some ways I think it’s been a bit of an advantage. Any member of the public has a view on how policing is done and where priorities should be and I would […]
Nathan Constable - Blogger
OPINION: Serving police officer "Nathan Constable" provides his thoughts on NPCC Chair Sara Thornton's recent Police Foundation "re-imagining policing" speech, and identifies four burning platforms for change
Roy Wilsher - Chief Fire Officer, Hertfordshire FRS
ANALYSIS: This article, by the serving Hertfordshire Chief Fire Officer and Chief Executive of Hertfordshire's Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, is the second in an occasional series taking a high level look at the work of key criminal justice, emergency service and other policing partners.
Bernard Rix - CoPaCC
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.
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.