Policing is at the forefront of the political agenda once more. Therefore, it’s a good time for the influential Home Affairs Select Committee, in the House of Commons, to announce an inquiry into the Government’s proposals for policing reform.
In an unusual step for a parliamentary inquiry, they are encouraging contributions from everyone, not just the usual so-called experts, through an online poll and forum. It’s your opportunity to have a say on front-line policing and what the priorities are for the police force. For example, do you think they should tackle the aftermath of binge-drinking and anti-social behaviour before other incidents?
Governments of every political hue always sit up and listen to the findings of the Home Affairs committee and their final report will get massive media coverage. To have your say go online to the inquiry poll today.
20th May 2011