• Police forces recorded a total of 34,103 complaint cases in 2016-17.
• Most complaints made towards Metropolitan, West Yorkshire and Greater Manchester Police.
• Warwickshire have seen a 60% increase in complaints; the highest rise.
• Complaints fell by -31% in Nottinghamshire; the lowest decline.
• Most complainants are male, white and over 30 years of age.
Security experts, Locksmithservice.co.uk have exposed data from the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) to reveal the number of police complaints in England and Wales, 2016-17. These complaints, made by members of the public, relate to the conduct of people serving with the police, or to the direction and control (how the force is run) of a police force.
BIA is launching Pipeline Progressing: the UK’s global bioscience cluster in 2017 (attached), which takes a look at the key trends from biotech financing in 2017 and then a forward look at the pipeline in the UK (the strongest in Europe) and also predictions for the year ahead. There are a range of case studies in there from companies that have done particularly well in 2017 – let me know if you’d like me to put you in touch with any of them to speak to. BIA CEO Steve Bates is also available for interview so please contact me on the details below if you would like to set an interview up. I have jpg and png files of all of the graphs and charts if you would like them as well.
The publisher is achieving great success with this fascinating Cold War series and this volume covers the first Vietnam War lost by the French. The French lost a war they need not have lost and the US failed to learn the lessons – Very Highly Recommended.
The publisher is achieving great success with this fascinating Cold War series and this volume covers the critical period of the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Soviets greatly underestimated the resolve of the US and its allies, consequently suffering a humiliating if bloodless defeat – Very Highly Recommended.
Oswald Watts was a true pioneer of aviation and attracted much coverage during his life and after. Not all of this coverage was accurate and a number of myths and misconceptions have appeared. The author has done a very good job of objectively recounting the life and career of Oswald Watts and his text is supported by many well-chosen images through the body of the book – Most Highly Recommended.
Considering the size of the market internationally, there are remarkably few books on the subject of close protection and related subjects. This a a very readable review that should be of great assistance to those looking to employ close protection personnel and for those considering a career in close protection services. It will also be a fascinating read for a much wider readership, covering a very important personal safety subject – Highly Recommended.