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by Glyn Gaskarth | Mar 14, 2016Read Publication Boosting London’s Frontline Policing, by the Capital City Foundation, the London focused unit of Policy Exchange, argues that some of the Transport for London (TfL) ticket offices closed in 2015 should be converted into ‘Underground Police...
by Glyn Gaskarth | Dec 8, 2014Read Publication Prolific criminals serving community orders, who break the terms of their probation, could be sent to jail for up to a week under plans to make the criminal justice system swifter and fairer. Swift and Certain shows that 182,000 offenders receive...
by Glyn Gaskarth | Jan 28, 2016Consider this – a charge is brought in a case involving domestic abuse; the alleged perpetrator has not yet been convicted or exonerated but the case is proceeding. The apparent victim is living in fear, and could be in danger. How should society protect her (in most,...
by Glyn Gaskarth | Jan 25, 2016The incidents emergency services must deal with rarely fit neatly into one of the traditional remits of the three separate emergency services. One person might think another individual is being aggressive and threatening (a Police incident) when actually that person...
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