But welcome nonetheless,
Police chief admits speed cameras, rudeness and station closures have alienated public
Ian Johnston, President of the Police Superintendents' Association seems to have noticed that we don't trust coppers any more. The question is do he and his colleauges have the balls to stand up to the Government and people like Blair and reject the target driven, politically corect, 'it's all to much bother', bureacratic policing that we have sadly come to expect?
He has talked - some - of the talk. Now will he walk the walk?