It is now a criminal offence to fly drones within 400 metres of prisons and young offender institutions in England and Wales.
There are 900 police drone pilots in the UK but there are no national standards for how they operate. Stuart Lawless, NPCC operational lead for drones, shares the plans for getting consistency and the drive for innovation to make the most of this technology.
NAO Chief tells MPs that the public sector has a productivity problem and offers thoughts on what can be done to deal with it and that starts with data.
Cardiff University and Robert Gordon University researchers from the Natural Hazard Research Australia ‘Enhancing decision-making in emergency management project’ are seeking multi-agency UK incident commanders to participate in the first phase of their research study.
In its latest update, the Grenfell Tower Inquiry team says that the process of writing to those who ‘may be…
Avon Fire and Rescue Service (AF&RS) is ‘inadequate’ at responding to emergencies, a new report has found. According to the…
The Policing Productivity Review published this week sets out what could be done to improve efficiency in how policing operates at all levels and finds that innovation is poorly shared across the sector.
The Government has released its latest prospectus setting out match funding for Local Resilience Forums to ‘create and deliver distinctive,…
NHS England has published an independent review into the alleged failures of patient safety and governance at North East Ambulance Service (NEAS).
London Ambulance Service is joining the nation in celebrating the difference the NHS has made to millions of people’s lives over the last 75 years.