Monthly Archives: March 2012

Weekend Update Part 1 – 24 March 2012

Is time moving a little quicker these days? I know I’m writing this before the clocks spring forward, but a tweet at the beginning of the week from the Association of Police Authorities about their transition seminar began with “246 … Continue reading

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Tal Michael’s perspective on the Budget 2012

Tal Michael gives his personal perspective on the Budget, having recently stood down from being Chief Executive of the Police Authority in North Wales, where he hopes to be the Labour candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner. If you have … Continue reading

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Make the vote!

As further proof that Lancashire is the connected part of the Police and Crime Commissioner world, see this video from Lancashire Police Authority. I say ‘further’ in reference to Blackpool Councillor Chris Maughan’s ‘666’ and other videos. Chris sadly didn’t … Continue reading

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What happened to the squirrel?

If you want a bit of sport, send me, Michael Crick and the Police Foundation an email saying you intend to stand for the office of Police and Crime Commissioner in your area, wait a dignified amount of time, and … Continue reading

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Cock-up or Conspiracy?

Remember how a few days ago we considered the case of Labour’s unexpectedly early choice of Tony Lloyd MP as PCC candidate, and wondered as to the implications of comments on Michael Crick’s blog about a rival candidate being tempted … Continue reading

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Questions in the House miss so many points.

The debate on just how the voters will find out more about who they get to vote for made it to the floor of the House of Commons yesterday, with Shadow Justice Minister and TopOfTheCops twitter follower David Hanson MP … Continue reading

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Candidate Statement of Councillor Seán Woodward

Seán Woodward is seeking the Conservative nomination to be the Police and Crime Commissioner in Hampshire. If you are intending to stand to be Police and Crime Commissioner where you live, you can submit your own Candidate Statement, so get … Continue reading

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