Category Archives: police

Would you?

Yesterday I wrote about the importance of recognising the contribution of the communication team not just during a crisis but all the time. It is often overlooked by those at senior levels and that is why we need to explain … Continue reading

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Recognising the contribution 

As communicators we talk about the need for our work to be recognised within an organisation. We want people to realise what we bring to the business. We are itching to get a spot at the top table. Our problem … Continue reading

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Recognising the contribution 

As communicators we talk about the need for our work to be recognised within an organisation. We want people to realise what we bring to the business. We are itching to get a spot at the top table. Our problem … Continue reading

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Recognising the contribution 

As communicators we talk about the need for our work to be recognised within an organisation. We want people to realise what we bring to the business. We are itching to get a spot at the top table. Our problem … Continue reading

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Please look behind the headline

I feel the need to comment about the front page of the Daily Mail today. If you haven’t seen it let me explain. It has taken a selection of separate police related stories and claims policing has lost its way. … Continue reading

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The heart and soul of partnerships

In the public sector we often use the phrase ‘partnership working’ and we use it so much that it has lost its meaning. For anyone in communication roles it usually means telling another agency about something you are doing or … Continue reading

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Farewell Crimewatch 

I feel I have to use today’s blog to consider the demise of the BBC’s Crimewatch programme. After many years it has disappeared from our television screens which is probably a lot to do with the changes in society. But … Continue reading

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