We can’t realistically improve protection of vulnerable citizens without drawing strength from greater solidarity, argues Anthony Painter.
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Collective action by public services and the community is the answer to deep-rooted social issues, says Anthony Painter.
Anthony Painter considers how Britain can adapt to becoming a society without a strong, centralised state - as the traditional state weakens.
Anthony Painter considers what it will take for us to combine civic energy and social justice as the drive towards devolution gathers pace.
Martin Davis FRSA gives his verdict on our recent report Safer Together.
Sergeant Caroline Hay, a local neighbourhood officer in south London, reflects upon the Royal Society of Arts report “Safer Together - Policing a global city in 2020”
Martin Hewitt discusses the findings of the RSA report: Safer together: Policing a global city in 2020, and reflects on how the Met may have to a fundamentally different approach.
Our new report makes a simple case: London needs a ‘shared mission’ to ensure the safety of its citizens and those who visit or work here. This shared mission challenges the Met, its partners and, also, the public.