The future of policing
Rupert Godesen explains how the police might benefit from help from a private and more localised force
Tuesday the 27 February and I am sitting at my desk pondering a way to start my article on the future of public policing. I take a quick look at the BBC News website and there is my start point. Chief Constable Sara Thornton has been commenting on the interview by the Met Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley that basically the UK Police can’t cope with terror and crime at the same time at current levels. Incidents are up, money is . . .