Thanks to the leaflet the Met popped through my door the other day I know exactly what to look out for to prevent terrorism.
This sign, one of many that have appeared around Clapham Junction after the recent murder there, caught my attention.
Reflecting further on the Neil Kinghan report I cannot help but feel a resonance with another report by David Hunter I read a few months ago on public sector health partnerships (which I think has relevance to all partnerships).
Last week I wondered if most people had moved on from the riots, mentally consigning them to history and getting on as if they had happened in another time or place.
I am not alone in spending a lot of time thinking, possibly brooding, about the recent disorder, and one of the things that has struck me is that, in many ways, there are things we can learn from the rioters.
I’ve just been into the council’s Community Safety division to thank some of the staff for their response to Monday’s disruption.
Like every other decent person I was following what was happening in Clapham Junction and elsewhere last night with horror.
At tonight’s council meeting I’ll formally lose my responsibility for community safety in Wandsworth.