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  1. Win an iPad Air and other great prizes in the Police Oracle survey and prize draw! Just a note to let forum members know that there are opportunities to win great prizes by taking part in the Police Oracle reader survey and prize draw Click here to take part ( No log in / registration required ) Your valuable feedback will help us understand who our readers are and what they want to see on Police Oracle. Your answers will directly inform our future plans to develop Police Oracle to provide the best possible service for our readers. The survey has 31 questions and will take around 5-10 minutes to complete As an incentive for spending a few minutes completing the survey, we have put together a big prize draw with four major prizes plus Police Oracle subscriptions up for grabs: • Apple iPad Air 16GB Wi-Fi (worth £399) • Kindle Paperwhite Wi-Fi (worth £109) • Choice of £100 of Blackstones Police books kindly donated by Oxford University Press • Apple iPod Shuffle (worth £40) • 20 annual individual subscriptions to Police Oracle We will be drawing the 24 lucky winners after the survey and prize draw entry deadline 23:59pm 27th August 2014 – Good Luck! Ian Barrett Commercial Director Police Oracle
  2. The Policing and Criminal Justice Minister, Nick Herbert has been called before MPs to give his views on why Tom Winsor, the former rail regulator, should be the next HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary. PoliceOracle.com are keen to hear your view and opinion on this matter, too and so invite you to take part in a short on-line survey. To take part, click here The survey closes at 3pm on Monday, June 25 2012 and the results will be published the next morning - Tuesday, June 26 2012 on www.policeoracle.com Thank You. Editorial Team PoliceOracle.com
  3. Hi all I am doing a University research project and really need Specials, PCSO'S and Regular Constables whether in service or retired to complete my short confidential survey please. Here is the link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7PS83KM Many thanks for your assistance
  4. Hello everybody, I am a serving officer with the MPS albeit a new user to this forum. Being a Special Constable I tend to use an alternative site PoliceSpecials.com and my authenticated profile can be found here. Currently I am undertaking an anonymous survey that I would be grateful if you could take a moment to complete, the details are below. Many thanks, Matt. ------ Politics is everything, even though sometimes we suggest that as police officers that we transcend such matters taking a neutral perspective when enforcing the law. But it would be naïve to suggest that we do not choose what laws we do and do not enforce by making discretionary decisions to 'write that ticket' or to dispose of an incident through 'words of advice'. These decisions will be partly based on core principles based on where you sit on the "political spectrum". Whilst trying to avoid a discussion on what this spectrumlooks like, please can we use for the purposes of this poll a two dimensional,linear scale with anarchism on the very far left and fascism on the very farright. What I would like users to indicate is where they would sitalong this scale. I have deliberately included quite a few choices so that it accuratelyreflects the views of those participating. Please only participate if you are a serving police officeror are currently in training to become one. The survey can be found at the link below and I shall publish the full unedited results here on Monday the 26th of March 2012. Thank you in advance for participating. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9ZSTFQG