As we take stock of the terrible events in Paris last week – and the emergency in Belgium – the […]
Readers of the Carmarthen Journal will have seen the cost of crime recently. The paper’s new court pages review local […]
What do we want from police stations? Some people say we don’t need them any more. Officers are mobile. They […]
Who is most affected by rural crime? I bet you wouldn’t answer farmers and young families. Or, perhaps you would, […]
Elections do a very simple thing. They put the public in charge. It may not be obvious to Mr. and […]
Last week the UK Government announced plans to transfer responsibility for fire and rescue services to police and crime commissioners […]
Yesterday I launched the Carmarthenshire Water Safety Partnership. You can watch a short video here. I cannot think of a […]
As sure as night follows day, the impending budget is producing talk of doom from the police. Some suggest that they […]
There’s good news and bad news for us in today’s papers. The bad news is rural crime is real, not […]
Today the Taxpayers’ Alliance publishes an analysis of Police and Crime Commissioners’ office costs. What does the headline say? PCCs […]