Monthly Archives: October 2012

PCC’s – post election democratic representation?

In less than a month I will vote for the person who I want to represent me as PCC. This according to the government is to bring some democracy to the process of policing. If it is to be democratic … Continue reading

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Are PCC’s the governments Hadrian’s Wall for policing and all other crime related issues?

On the 15th of November Police and Crime Commissioners will be elected for 41 of the 43 police forces in England and Wales. On the 16th of November the government will hold a party to celebrate the fact that they … Continue reading

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PCC elections – exactly four weeks to go!

It is now only 4 weeks until the electorate in England and Wales get the chance to elect their local Police and Crime commissioner. I have written a couple of posts on this subject, discussed the role on numerous occasions … Continue reading

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