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Problems solved
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Officers and partners from ten London boroughs were on the shortlist of the fourth Safer London Problem Solving Awards last month, where delegates were presented with the latest problem-solving initiatives for long-term sustainable solutions in addressing and reducing crime across London. Police Professional looks in detail at the winning initiatives.
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Professional ethics: The way forward
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Adrian Lee, deputy chief constable of Staffordshire and Association of Chief Police Officers lead on professional ethics, talks about a new professional ethics portfolio.
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Back on the beat
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David Ruffley, Shadow Minister for Police Reform, believes the Conservative’s policing paper has the potential to fulfil its own title and put officers Back on the Beat by addressing the “urgent need to cut police bureaucracy”.
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A strong coalition
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A large group of financial institutions, online industry payment providers, law enforcement agencies and the European Union have joined forces to target those criminals who use child sexual abuse images to make profit. The creation of the European Financial Coalition (EFC) has been led by the UK’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre. Police Professional talks to Jim Gamble, the Chief Executive of CEOP, about the establishment and the aims of the EFC.
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Leadership beyond authority - who should govern the police?
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Speaking at the University of Glamorgan, Fraser Sampson discussed the future of police authorities.
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LOCAL SOLUTIONS: YOUTH JUSTICE IN CORE CITIES
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Youth justice: local solutions
Frances Done, chair of the Youth Justice Board (YJB) in England and Wales, talks to Police Professional about the aims of the board and its work to prevent youth offending.

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INTRODUCTION
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I am really pleased that Police Professional has dedicated this edition to this series of articles written by members of Strategic Command Course 2008.
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Consumerism is increasingly impacting on all aspects of modern life. What are the implications for policing?
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Can chief officers implement policies to create an inclusive customer service culture at local and national levels? This was the question posed to a group of nine delegates from this year’s Strategic Command Course by Chief Constable Barbara Wilding and Professor Martin Innes. Having separately researched the question the group convened with several very different views on the topic of consumerism.
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Commonsense policing
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In his review of policing (2008), Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Sir Ronnie Flanagan, suggested that the police service needs to ensure that proper attention is given to the importance of professional ethics as a crucial factor to the fair and effective use of an officer’s ‘discretion’.
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Performance management: Its critical role in improving levels of public confidence in policing
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In recent years the police service has become strongly performance driven.  In policing terms this has largely concentrated upon reducing crime and increasing detections, achieving considerable success in this regard. There has, however, been a growing reaction in recent years to the performance framework and the target culture that has developed amongst staff as a result.
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