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Where Are All The Police? – An Analysis of Police Resources


Nick Herbert was elected Conservative MP for Arundel & South Downs in May 2005 and appointed Shadow Minister for Police Reform later that year. Prior to his election he was Director of Reform, the independent think tank which he cofounded in 2002. He was previously Chief Executive of Business for Sterling, where he launched the successful ‘no’ campaign against the euro, and Director of Political Affairs for the British Field Sports Society. He played a leading role in setting up the Countryside Movement, which became the Countryside Alliance. Nick was appointed Minister for police & justice in the Conservative/Liberal Coalition Government in May 2010.


Oscar Keeble is a political researcher who has worked with Nick Herbert on police reform since September 2006. He graduated from the London School of Economics with an honours degree in Government and studied for a Masters in International Political Economy at the Politics and International Studies Department of the University of Warwick, where he was awarded a distinction and achieved the highest grade in his year. He has also worked at the think tank Reform.


Aidan Burley is a management consultant at Hedra Plc5 who has been seconded to the office of Nick Herbert MP since


January 2007. He specialises in criminal justice and welfare reform, strategic change and performance improvement. He has spent much of the past five years working on projects to improve the performance of the police and wider criminal justice system. His previous clients have included the Cabinet Office, Home Office, Metropolitan Police Service, Hampshire Police and Nottinghamshire Police. He graduated from St John’s College, Oxford and is an elected Conservative Councillor in Hammersmith & Fulham.


Blair Gibbs is Campaign Director of the TaxPayers’ Alliance6 which monitors value for money in public services and


argues for lower taxes and greater accountability. He graduated from Merton College, Oxford before joining the think tank Reform in 2005, where he was the Home Affairs researcher specialising in accountability, prisons policy and neighbourhood policing. He co-authored the Reform report Urban Crime Rankings (July 2006) which made the first systematic attempt to rank cities and towns on per capita recorded crime to advance the argument for better local information on crime rates. He has contributed to this report in a personal capacity.


Home Office Diary of a police officer http://rds.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/prgpdfs/prs149.pdf


Police Federation Views from the front line http://www.polfed.org/Views_from_the_Frontline_Final_draft_report_011206.pdf


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