Tags: police conference

The problem with PACT

Have you ever run or been part of a Police and Communities Together ( PACT ) meeting? Where members of the community are invited to: ‘raise their community priorities or concerns;’ ‘receive crime prevention advice,’ and be updated as to what the police (mostly) and partners have been doing to address the priorities and concerns […]

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Conference planning for a ‘Covert Appreciative Inquiry’

In my last blog I took a rather irreverent (or maybe factual?) look at police conferences and their purpose. How for the most part they have a tendency to run by the same old rules and how generally, they serve only to impart knowledge, understanding and maybe consult to a lesser degree.   A couple […]

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Police conference about ‘Something which is important’

  What’s your image of a police conference? Maybe you have been to one recently and have experienced an agenda something like this?       Conference about ‘Something Important’   Delegates arrive – and sit on tables where they know other people who they either work with or would like to work for. You don’t […]

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