Gary Mason - Policing Insight
NEWS: In an unusual foray into operational policing the PCC of Dyfed Powys is asking residents to take part in a survey on whether they think officers should be routinely armed on duty.
NEWS: Two police and crime commissioners say they have been forced to make substantial cuts to the number of PCSOs employed by their forces in an attempt to balance the books.
Nick Alatti - Policing Insight
EXCLUSIVE: Nick Alatti talks to Christopher Salmon, PCC of the largest and most sparsely populated police force area in England and Wales, about the future of PCCs after the General Election and his priorities and achievements locally.
Dr. Tim Brain - Policing Insight
General Election: Does the General Election offer a genuine choice for policing in England and Wales? Tim Brain QPM examines the Coalition's record in government and the main parties' manifestos.
Royston Martis - Policing Insight
Exclusive: Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey talks to Royston Martis about the performance of PCCs, the future of PCCs and how the upcoming General Election could affect police governance.
NEWS: Preventing police officers from resigning ahead of disciplinary arrangements stops forces recruiting new officers or covering a suspended officer’s workload, a Police and Crime Commissioner has said.
Barry Loveday - Portsmouth University
Analysis: Barry Loveday, Reader in Criminal Justice Administration at Portsmouth University, examines police management and workforce reform under the Coalition including the creation of PCCs, the Winsor Report and increased outsourcing and collaboration
Steve White - Police Federation
OPINION: Steve White, Chair of the Police Federation of England & Wales, explains the importance of partnership in policing with a backdrop of austerity and cuts to policing resources.