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Digital Engagement

Social media for community policing

This is the sixth in a series of posts based on the recent COMPOSITE report on police use of social media across Europe. The police are

Digital Engagement

Probation, Innovation & Geovation

The government is currently undertaking a review of the probation service and is encouraging probation trusts to be innovative in responding to fundamental change. Jason Davies’s  (@b00tstrapper) post shows

Policing

Stop and Search and Replay

Stop and search has always been a controversial issue in the UK and friction point between police and the communities they serve. Indeed several commentators

Alcohol & Drugs

How a new smartphone app can save lives

Naloxone training app I am writing this post to celebrate the launch of the new @UTurntraining smartphone app which is dedicated to preventing deaths caused

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