Posted by curiouscatherine
on 22nd January 2012 in Policing
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Huge thanks to the folks who joined me for the session on elected Police and Crime Commissioners – including @demsoc, @Nickkeane, @SashaTayler and a some others who I don’t yet know on twitter.
I used the session to test and expand some work I have been doing on this which you can read about here. Put simply I am proposing 4 principles for the PCC:
The Office should own the Democracy
Be open by...
I was at the excellent Policing 2.0 conference on Monday – big congratualation for the team for a very well planned and executed event – and especially for keeping the webcast participants involved as well – great job. Here as promised are my slides from the event:
I focused on talking about the challenges that pressure from the network society brings for all of government and tried to frame...
I was lucky enough to speak at the National Police Web Managers Conference on Friday (slides below). It’s interesting to talk about digital engagement in a different public sector context and the Police are especially interesting because of the challenge that they face in trying to combine operational needs with engagement work. My view is that this really all comes down to good community policing –...