The first phase of the Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales concluded with the publication of the Review’s interim report Public Safety and Security in the 21st Century. The report examines the nature of the public safety and security challenge facing the country as we look to the 2020s and 2030s.
Watch the launch of the Review’s first report which includes a panel discussion with our Chair Sir Michael Barber, former Chief Constable and Review advisory board member Dee Collins, National Police Chiefs’ Council Chair, Martin Hewitt and Director of Knowledge and Innovation at the College of Policing, Rachel Tuffin.
The public safety challenges facing England and Wales have been transformed by technology, globalisation and the rise of more complex social problems. Watch how traditional crime such as theft has been displaced by fraud and cybercrime.