Welcome To My Blog!

Hello! — this page will take you straight to the most commonly used features of my blog and you can read my LATEST POST HERE

It is not enough that we understand s136 data when trying to understand crisis care pathways that involve the police.  We also need to understand arrest information that n0-one is studying properly or even asking questions about.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

– The new Code came into effect on 01st April 2015
Summarised highlights for police officers
– Please read chapters 16, 17, 27 and 28.

  • A Temporary Reduction in Output!

I’m in the process of updating, tidying and re-indexing all 500+ posts on this blog.  As such, I’ll be writing less until this is complete.  I changed the ‘theme’ of the BLOG some months ago so this is well overdue and will ensure old posts don’t look odd!

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HOW TO USE THIS BLOG

To open up the full blog, click the small grey box in the top right corner which will take you to the full menu and to the search tool.

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Here are the most used areas —

  • Quick Guides – 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.
  • Paramedic Series – posts written specifically for my colleagues in green about the various aspects of how these two 999 services interact with each other.
  • Main Index – a full index to all the posts I’ve written, categorised by the various issues within this Venn Diagram.

Feel free to use the contact section below if you want to email me – I will try my best to respond within a few days!

Thanks,

Michael./