All of my activities for #WorldMentalHealthDay rounded up in one place including my blog, announcement for businesses and radio appearance
Today I co-hosted an event with Sir Tom Winsor, HMICFRS and the Home Office about improving the response to inspection reports.
Police, fire and ambulance staff are joining forces for a special event later this month to showcase various jobs opportunities with the emergency services.
In the latest edition of The Police and Crime Podcast, you can hear an excerpt of me holding Kent Police’s Chief Constable to account; I report back on the mental health Conference I attended this week and I make an exciting (I think) announcement.
APCC Lead for Mental Health APCC Lead for Performance Conservative Spokesman on Brexit
Police performance has been in the spotlight consistently in recent months. Death on the streets of London, an increase in the number of incidents reported to police, and fewer justice outcomes have all contributed to increased concerns.
In the latest edition of The Police and Crime Podcast, I talk about police funding and the National Audit Office report, Brexit, fire and rescue services and the victims strategy.
This episode, I talk about the call from PCCs to reclassify Spice as a Class A drug, why I support Police Officers having spit and blood guards, the Violence Reduction Challenge and express concern for my waistline as KFC sponsor one of my favourite local charities.
Synthetic cannabinoid substances, which are commonly known by the name ‘Spice’, are a growing concern for police forces across the UK – as they cause users exhibit highly unpredictable, and often extremely aggressive behaviour.
The latest episode of the Police and Crime Podcast is here! Just me this time, talking about local issues such as 101, the Violence Reduction Challenge and rural crime, national issues such as Police pay and the independent review of the mental health act, and the European issue… Relevant links: Recruitment of Police Officers and…