Tag Archives: Police

Lets honour those who work for us


The following piece was published in yesterdays Argus Newspaper, it relates to the suggestion that we dedicate one of our bank holidays to honour the work of people who work in the public sector: In recent days, the work and demands … Continue reading

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A sad end to the weekend


The news that three people died on the roads of Sussex this weekend is tragic for each of their families. Each of these accidents also caused enormous distress for our emergency services who work hard 24 hours a day, 7 … Continue reading

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Greater licensing power for our Councils


Today’s blog also appears in The Argus newspaper and relates to the night time economy which is a big issue here in Sussex: Over the last few weeks, putting the nonsense of Easter Egg hunts aside, Government attention appears to all … Continue reading

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Thank you for all you did last night


Every weekend in most of our major towns and cities the night time economy is supported by a range of volunteers who give up their time to keep the party goers, stag do’s and other drinkers and dancers safe. Its … Continue reading

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An unexpected responsibility


Late yesterday afternoon the phone rang and someone with links to our company was at the other end to say they had just seen a physical attack on a child by a parent as they waited for their own child … Continue reading

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Police boats and joined up thinking


The extent to which our various police services are able to cooperate and remain flexible depends on the idea that each of the 41 forces is largely autonomous but also that they are instructed to cooperate with one another using … Continue reading

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Describing the Public Sector


The activities of Government is a phrase that could be used to describe the setting of budgets to protect vulnerable people, the taking of bribes for asking questions in Parliament or to agree a planning decision, the lighting of street lamps, emptying … Continue reading

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