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Policing and the Public

Police Foundation on understanding public priorities, attitudes and expectations around policing.

Policing

How should we police sexting?

Police Foundation report reveals just how police services investigate young people texting sexual images to each other and the legal muddle which ensues.

Policing

Organised crime and off-street sex markets

Sex workers in brothels and massage parlours are often exploited and abused by organised crime groups but these sex markets are rarely targeted by police.

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Do MAPPA, MARAC, IOM etc. actually work?

Latest Police Foundation paper on multi-agency case management. The MAPPA, IOM (etc.) approach feels effective but there is little research to prove it works.

Policing

Seven challenges for policing

2nd paper in a series from the Police Foundation looks at the difficulties facing police forces in setting priorities in the context of ever-increasing demand.

Policing

Organised fraud in local communities

Police Foundation report suggests that fraud committed by organised crime groups is three times higher than official estimates & police response inadequate.

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Policing

Police effectiveness in a changing world

Action research by the Police Foundation found that reductions in funding and consequent re-structuring have resulted in a less effective, reactive approach.

Policing

Time for a sensible debate on crime?

Gavin Hales of the Police Foundation argues that the drop in crime and of public concern about it make now the time for a sensible discussion.

Policing

Where next for Police Commissioners?

Accountability is key. For PCCs to have a proper mandate, turnout at this year’s PCC elections (5 May 2016) will need to be much higher than the (less than) 15% who voted at the original elections in 2012.

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