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Why promotion to sergeant should be based on merit not memory Leadership coach and former ACC Brian Langston argues for the scrapping of OSPRE Part 1 as an outmoded memory test. I passed my Sergeants’ exam in 1982 immediately after More details >

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Only Obeying Orders
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I write this from my cosy fireside, where even in the South of France, a biting wind is whistling across the terrace bringing with it the first snowflakes of Winter. Further North, sub-zero temperatures are already wreaking havoc and set to More details >

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The Futile Quest
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The Police Service’s Search for Diversity and Inclusion Brian Langston, retired Assistant Chief Constable and former member of the NBPA Executive writes that the current quest for ‘Identity’ diversity in the police service is misguided and unachievable and it should More details >

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Hello World!
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Locard’s Law of forensic transfer deems that ‘Every contact leaves a trace’.  The same is true in leadership, and that trace can either have a positive or negative impact. Mark Kilgallon and Brian Langston have joined forces to create the More details >

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