The Thin Blue Line

The police service is facing its biggest problem for a generation with the existing policing reform discussion heralding fundamental changes in the policing landscape. A specialist panel was brought together to explore ways that the nationwide government can take forwards these reforms. We have been invited to take part in the debate process online via the authorities debate group on Linked In.

As this is our connect to the site, the reader might join Connected In to access the argument. Alternatively, to make participation easier, we are posting the consultation questions in the key areas asked by the house Office more than a five part series of articles. We have all observed the ACPO betrayal of the rank and document troops with leaking of the “Secret Document” this week. On these pages and on other sites, here and here, we will be publishing the assessment questions, collating the responses (anonymous is ok), and presenting them to the panel for inclusion within the argument.

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We believe the -panel should recognise and include the authorities Federation in the issue process now, so safeguarding the passions and delivering the views of the document and rank. The Federation ought never to be an afterthought, left to fight over policies and strategies already forced home by ACPO. ACPO are the managerial and strategic presence, the Federation should be empowered to stand alongside them in these early stages so the most balanced and fair outcomes are attained. In the meantime, this is your chance to let the -panel know your views about the key reforms being considered in UK policing.

Either on here, on the other sites we have linked above or directly via the Linked In debate web pages, let us know your experiences and thoughts. The debate process is within five parts, each of which contain a series on consultation questions. To see the discussion questions under each section, click on the links below, each which has been allocated a seperate publishing from these web pages, where you can contribute your ideas. Every once in awhile, we will post our very own responses and those from other contributors from other sites.

The OFFICE AT HOME appointment paper, ‘Policing in the 21st hundred years: reconnecting police and the people’, pieces out Government proposals to make law enforcement in Wales and Britain “more available and reactive, more accountable, far better, and deliver less expensive for the money”. 6. an obvious role for everyone, including users of the general public, in cutting criminal offense through beat meetings, neighbourhood watch plans and voluntary groupings. What are your broad views with this overarching challenge?

1. Will the suggested bank checks and balances provide ideal safeguards for the work of Commissioners, and is there further safeguards that needs to be considered? 2. What could be achieved to ensure that candidates for Commissioner result from an array of backgrounds? 3. How should Commissioners best use the wider legal justice and community safety companions?

4. How might Commissioners best work with their communities – individuals, businesses and voluntary organisations – at the neighbourhood level? 5. How can the Commissioner and the greater transparency of local information drive improvements in the most deprived and least safe neighbourhoods? 6. What information would help the public make judgements about their Commissioner and drive?