Police pool ideas on future.THE future of policing will be discussed at a seminar in Warwickshire on Thursday.
Key figures from police in Warwickshire, the West Midlands West Midlands, former metropolitan county, central England. Created in the 1974 local government reorganization, the county embraced the Birmingham conurbation and comprised seven metropolitan districts: Walsall, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell, Birmingham, Solihull, , West Mercia and Staffordshire will be talking about the latest Home Office plans for police reform.
The plans are being considered across the country and representatives from Midlands forces will be at Warwick's Shire Hall on Thursday.
The seminar has been organised by the Association of Police Authorities so top police can share their ideas. Findings from the seminar will be fed back to the Home Office. John Rennie John Rennie may be:
He said: "This is a good opportunity for four neighbouring forces to have a closer look at the many aspects of the White Paper which will effect our forces in particular.
"The 43 chairs of the police authorities have already looked at the White Paper.
"This occasion will enable our four forces to form a more detailed response to the government before the White Paper goes to Parliament."
OPPORTUNITY: Chairman John Rennie