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I'm a councillor in the London Borough of Wandsworth; this blog mainly covers that, sometimes general politics and policy and occasionally anything else that takes my fancy.
Tag Archives: Metropolitan Police Authority
By James Cousins | Published 29 July, 2010
The Metropolitan Police Authority are currently consulting on the policing priorities. It is always a bit of a motherhood and apple pie exercise, since the results do tend to come out with things like ‘fighting crime’ which, I would contend, is pretty much a given as a police priority. However, it might be worth having
By James Cousins | Published 5 March, 2010
I’ve managed to get this three times so far (which makes it borderline spam, but I am on quite a few Mayoral and GLA lists) but it’s quite interesting reading. One of the odd things about confidence in policing and fear of crime is that the biggest driver is not changing policing methods or tackling