Earlier this month I attended a major policing conference in London. Amid talks from very senior officers, the new Home Secretary and the Policing Minister there was a lot of discussion about technology, including the use of facial recognition software.
Last week I visited Downing Street for a celebration of the police uplift programme – the scheme that has seen a further 20,000 police officers added to forces’ ranks in England and Wales.
Police and Crime Commissioner orders demolition of three buildings made of Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC)
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall ordered the demolition of three buildings constructed using concrete planks which can collapse without warning.
Two years ago this month, the Keyham community in Plymouth was rocked by the UK’s worst mass shooting in a decade.
As a good proportion of my work is focussed on picking up Devon and Cornwall Police’s failings on behalf of the residents of Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.