All about working with you in war on drugs and anti-social behaviour Paid Members Public
Regular readers of this column will know that ‘connectivity’ is one of my core principles. I think if police are better linked to the public and other services, then it becomes much easier for us all to pull in the same direction. There are two examples of that connectivity in
Police Commissioner: With your assistance new laws will help us all Paid Members Public
Last Tuesday was a pretty run of the mill day for magistrates in Barnstaple. A total of 24 cases were heard, with the court being told of drink driving, antisocial behaviour and a host of other ‘summary’ offences that can be dealt with swiftly and efficiently by this local court.
Police Commissioner: Drug dealers who visit our lovely counties may well stay longer than planned Paid Members Public
It is vitally important that leaders in policing push against a dangerous narrative that accepts drugs and their consequences as an inevitable part of our society. We need to stand by the message that says substances like cocaine, heroin and cannabis harm health, are illegal and support our police in
Police Commissioner: Making change happen for women and girls Paid Members Public
Last week, I was present at the launch of a report prepared by Plymouth Commission for Violence Against Women and Girls. It is poignant that the document was published soon after the funeral of Bobbi-Anne McLeod, whose tragic murder in January led to the commission’s establishment. along with an