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Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales

The independent Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales, chaired by Sir Michael Barber, aims to set a long term strategic direction for a police service capable of meeting the challenges of the 21st century.  

About the Review

This far-reaching independent review, the first of its kind in many years, is chaired by Sir Michael Barber and hosted by the Police Foundation. It aims to set a long term strategic direction for the police service so that it is better able to tackle crime in an age where it is being transformed by new technology and wider social change. The Strategic Review of Policing will set out substantial recommendations for a modern police service capable of meeting the challenges of the 21st century.

The Future Of Policing

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@rickmuir1 addressing Conference on findings of phase 1 of Police Foundation review @PolicingReview Challenges of maintaining public order and social cohesion becoming greater, one theme. Phase 2 will include question around accountability -interested in Panel views #PFCPConf2020

“The 43-force model might have been fit for the 70s and ‘Life on Mars’ – but it’s not suitable now.” @HMICFRS Chief Inspector Sir Tom Winsor tells POLICE mag a way needs to be found to get forces operating as a single system without redrawing the map ⬇️
https://content.yudu.com/web/440a7/0A440oc/November2020/html/index.html?page=14&origin=reader

Great to see the Strategic Review of Policing mentioned in @DaveThompsonCC's new report on policing after the pandemic for @Reformthinktank. We are exploring the potential of 'place based' thinking in relation to public safety as part of our Review.

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🚨 NEW REPORT 🚨

@DaveThompsonCC @WMPolice sets out his priorities for policing after the pandemic.

Read here: https://bit.ly/34ohVJ6

#reformpolicing

1/9 New analysis: policing the pandemic - what did the public think? / THREAD

The COVID-19 public health emergency gave police unprecedented powers. Findings from research with
@CrestAdvisory suggest the public want these powers used in a visibly fairer and more consistent way

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