“Authorities, and in particular the police, can often have a profound role to play in producing the very violence that … More
Every Contact Leaves a Trace
Locard’s principle: a perpetrator of a crime will bring something into the crime scene and leave with something from it. But … More
Efficiency review of UK police
What’s going on in the U.K? — Efficiency review of UK police.
Reimagining Policing in the U.K.
Chief Constable Sara Thornton argues that the twin challenges of changing requirements and cost pressure mean that police in … More
A Most Difficult Conversation
Beginning a most difficult conversation: Do all police need to be armed? Years ago the report of the President’s Crime Commission addressed the … More
Police Commissioner Elections in the U.K.
Elected Police Commissioners in the UK Soon, folks throughout the UK will elect their first police and crime commissioners (PCCs). … More
Private Police: Has it come to that?
Private Police? Has It Come to That? In the June 20, 2012 issue of the Guardian, David Taylor-Smith, the head of … More