For Tom Gash, how we think about crime and policing is dogged by myth and misconception. It prompted Gash, an academic and former government adviser on crime, to author his recent book Criminal: The Truth About Why People Do Bad Things. The book takes aim at the UK’s...
In June of this year, following the London Bridge attacks, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley revealed that UK police were already undertaking 500 investigations involving some 3000 individuals who posed major threats. Another 20,000 individuals of concern could...
Hosted by the Police ICT Company, the National Police Technology Council and Cityforum on October 26th 2017 , the third annual Digital Policing Summit gathered technology and security professionals, police policymakers and government representatives (among others) to...
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