Andy Higgins - Senior Analyst, Police Foundation
OPINION: Andy Higgins, the Police Foundation's Senior Analyst, identifies some challenges for the Advisory Group's vision of policing - including on governance
Gavin Hales - Associate Fellow, Police Foundation
ANALYSIS: Gavin Hales, Deputy Director of the Police Foundation, introduces the Foundation's analysis of the Home Office's police funding consultation
Bernard Rix - CoPaCC
REPORT: Download the latest report covering policing and police and crime commissioner activity during July.
Nathan Constable - Blogger
OPINION: Serving police officer "Nathan Constable" looks at the impact of police budget cuts, focusing on officer and staff welfare
Marc Hole - Head of Commissioning, Avon & Somerset OPCC
ANALYSIS: Marc Hole, Head of Commissioning and Partnerships in Avon & Somerset OPCC, reviews work putting in place local support services for victims of crime.
Kevin Hurley - Surrey PCC
OPINION: Surrey PCC Kevin Hurley examines how the current situation at Eurotunnel's French terminus impacts on policing - and more - this side of the Channel Tunnel
Sam Chapman - Editor, TopOfTheCops.com
OPINION: Sam Chapman, editor of PCC election website TopOfTheCops.com, gives his views on the IPCC investigation into the Lancashire PCC's expenses claims
Michelle Newell - CoPaCC
IN THE NEWS: Michelle Newell reviews the week’s key policing news, both national and local
Rick Muir - Director, Police Foundation
ANALYSIS: Police Foundation Director, Rick Muir, considers the implications of Chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council Sara Thornton's "Re-imagining Policing" speech last week
Ed Hammond - Centre for Public Scrutiny
ANALYSIS: The Centre for Public Scrutiny's Ed Hammond examines implications for Police and Crime Panels of the Committee for Standards in Public Life's recent policing report
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 […]
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.
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
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.