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<b><i>Kenny MacAskill A gift that keeps giving
As the Scottish government stands accused of racism over the treatment of the Police Scotland chief constable, Kenny MacAskill argues that senior police leaders from England have always been welcomed but warns that the furore is likely to continue.
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<b><i>David Lloyd</b></i> In pursuit of justice
Executive Viewpoint
The newly elected chair of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners David Lloyd extolls the progress of police governance and says the case is being made to increase funding for policing and extend the influence of the organisation’s members.
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<b><i>Martyn Underhill</b></i> A practical solution?
Martyn Underhill questions whether spit guards are an effective and safe way to protect officers and staff and explains why he is asking the Home Office to review their use before any further rollout.
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<b><i>Simon Byrne: Perhaps we should<br>concentrate on what we can<br>directly influence</b></i> Time and tactics wait for no-one
Chief Constable Simon Byrne discusses the importance of frontline leadership and adopting what works in the increasingly complex world of policing.
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MPs are not improving their reputation by false allegations
From the editor
MPs who made false allegations under Parliamentary privilege have highlighted a difference in the scrutiny of them and the scrutiny of police, and even of police and crime commissioners (PCCs).
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Nick Parker Reinventing the organisation
Executive viewpoint
Some organisations have prospered despite challenging environments, especially those that seek a distributed form of leadership. Nick Parker examines how these Teal organisations manage to produce phenomenal outcomes while decreasing sickness and staff turnover.
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Why PCCs are here to stay
Essex’s police and crime commissioner (PCC), Nick Alston, argues that the opposition expressed in the past week to the role of PCCs is unfounded.
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Paying for innovation
As final bids for funding collaboration and innovation are submitted, John Rowland looks at expected submissions and the likely winners when the Government announces its decision in the autumn.
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Remedying the drugs problem
From Sherlock Holmes’ use of narcotics to the modern-day phenomena that is the supply of new psychoactive substances, the UK’s ambiguous relationship with mood-changing drugs means it is time to look again at the restrictions on their use, argues Professor Robin Bryant.
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Cybercrime: A 21st century policing challenge
Keeping ahead of cyber criminals means identifying talented people and skills that can be harnessed to the challenge. Andy Archibald explains what the National Crime Agency is doing to seek out innovation and ensure it is able to attract the best cybercrime fighters to the sector.
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