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Generation of professionals
workforce modernisation
Professionalism and understanding the generational differences will lead to better service delivery and improve confidence in policing according to senior leaders of the service. We look at the latest developments in both strands of workforce development.
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Driving up confidence
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
Gloucestershire Constabulary has implemented Operation Base to reduce retail acquisitive crime in hotspot locations.
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A blueprint for leadership
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
Chief People Officer for the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA), Angela O’Connor, discusses achieving sustainability in leadership by creating an agreed
direction and consensus for action.

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Youth justice: Meeting the challenge
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
At the recent Nacro conference, entitled ‘Wasted Lives’, the issues around youth justice were discussed by professionals and views were put forward about preventing young people from entering the criminal justice system and becoming prolific offenders. Chief Constable Ian McPherson, Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) lead for children and young people, discusses the challenges for policing in this area.
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The border issue
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
With the creation of the UK Border Agency to build a stronger force at the borders, it is essential that all agencies involved in tackling threats of terrorism, fraud, smuggling and immigration crime work together. From counterfeit cigarettes to a terrorist ‘dirty bomb’, all pose a risk to society but can be tackled if policing the borders is carried out in partnership.
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A doorstep initiative
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
Distraction burglary and rogue traders can have far-reaching and devastating consequences on vulnerable victims. A problem-solving initiative in the London borough of Redbridge saw a number of agencies come together, not only to address the causes and bring offenders to justice, but to prevent incidents of distraction burglary and rogue trading in a sustainable way, which saw local residents at the heart of the enforcement process.
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Violent crime: A footprint in Birmingham
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
Knife crime, gun crime, street violence; all have an impact on the community and for those involved in the incidents. A strategy in Birmingham identifies gang nominals, helping to deliver exit strategies for those involved and aid those who are on the fringes of gang recruitment.
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Internet geology: Learning to mine the web
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
As we experience the new things that happen around us, we try to make sense of them by applying the lessons from our past. The idea that the Internet has a geology allows us to quickly understand even its newest and most esoteric aspects, explains Earl Moulton.
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The future of information sharing
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
This year, the BAPCO conference will celebrate ten years of events and exhibitions. The event, taking place from April 21-23 at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London, will focus on current and emerging technologies and will inform all professionals involved in civil contingency response, business continuity and communications and information management technology.
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Making the workforce fit
EXECUTIVE FEATURE
The two main strands of workforce reform elicit passionate views among professional policing circles with a sense of urgency beginning to take hold. Police Professional reports on the key debates taking place.
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