The blog is in temporary a state of repair! — LATEST POST.
I’ve decided to refresh the appearance and how the content is presented. Whilst this work is going on over the next week or two, I’d crave your indulgence whilst some of this looks a bit questionable … certain things about the old set-up mean that images are sometimes the wrong size and duplicated pointlessly, for example.
Having seen this ‘theme’ elsewhere, I think it will end up looking far better for having benefitted from it’s first update in almost two years. The content remains completely unchanged – all previously published links to the blog and posts still work and the drop down menus for resources and contents pages at the top of all pages still work as before.
The easist way to make sure you receive new posts, is to sign up to follow the blog by email. You can do this by looking on the left hand side of this page – just enter your email address or follow on WordPress and you’ll be notified each time a new post is published.
My Quick Guides are a series of legal and practical summaries for operational police officers about the most important scenarios that emerge under the Mental Health and Capacity Acts.
On the right hand side of this page – under the picture of Lord ADEBOWALE – you can see my last five posts and for a full list of content, use the main index, above . If you hover over the main index label on the menu bar, you will see a drop-down list of the more significant subjects, bringing together the blogs I’ve done on those particular issues.
And finally(!), the green square in the top right hand corner is the search facility. Click the square and enter any search criteria you like – you will then see every blog touching on that subject.
I promise this will get cleaned up over the next week or so and hope you like it!!