Tag Archives: Police

Blair’s War on Yobs, Letter from England, 2004

A letter from England, Nigel Whiskin, August 6th, 2004 Armed with a hefty financial settlement from the Chancellor’s Public Expenditure Review, Prime Minister Blair and Home Secretary Blunkett have come up with a Five Year Plan intended to:– Reduce Anti-social … More

The Mixed Economy Approach to Policing

A Letter from England, Nigel Whiskin, July 1st 2004 The good news from England is that the crime rates are now at their lowest since 1981 and, with a few exceptions, continue to fall.  Given the scepticism about numbers – statistics, … More

The appeal to the Constitutional Court from Emilia-Romagna Region

will appeal to the Constitutional Court for the article of the law on public security (n. 94-2009) that regulates the so-called “vigilante groups”; the Region is asking the cancellation of four paragraphs of the article 3 (from 40 to 43) … More

The Belgian Award for Crime Prevention 2009

Despite its relatively small size in Europe, Belgium plays an important role on the European stage of prevention, as pointed out Wednesday, November 18th, Philip Willekens, Director of the Security Local integral service of the Minestry of Interior. Thanks to the … More

IDeA Conference on integration of neighbourhood policing and neighbourhood management, London, 25 March, 2010

IDeA Conference, London, 25 March, 2010 Organised by theImprovement and Development Agency (IDeA), the Local Government Association (LGA )and the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA), the conference will be looking at 12 different ‘exemplar sites’ across the UK. These sites … More

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