Glyn Gaskarth

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Poor people need more bobbies on the beat

Poor people need more bobbies on the beat

The crime rate peaked in 1995. Since then there has been a slow and steady, welcome decline. But crime has not fallen equally for all communities. For the poorest communities, particularly in London, crime remains a very real part of everyday life. These areas ought...
No More Tiers: Reforming Shire Government

No More Tiers: Reforming Shire Government

Read Publication By Tim Palmer, Glyn Gaskarth The local government system in shire counties is under pressure. Although the recent Local Government White Paper struck a cautious note, it is clear that councils are expected to change, while tight budgets increase the...
Six ways the police need to change

Six ways the police need to change

The past few years have shown that, while police resources are vital, it is possible to increase effectiveness in the context of a tighter budget. Between 2010 and 2015 the police budget in England and Wales was reduced by 20 per cent but the crime rate has continued...
Prison Works

Prison Works

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg MP today challenged the justice policy that has been followed by the Conservative Party, the Labour Party and now the Coalition Government since the mid 1990s. Since these policies were adopted crime has gone down by over half so this...