The PLOD podcasts (Police Law on Demand) have been created by solicitors from 3D Solicitors in conversation with barristers from Serjeants’ Inn Chambers, bringi... More
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S6E8 - Can understanding personalities improve how police forces deliver services?
Ashley Boroda www.ashleyboroda.com is an expert in connectivity. He advises police forces and other organisations on how to understand differences in people and their key characteristics to ensure that the right people are in the right roles to ensure the best provision of services and to avoid costly errors. Daniel Berke of 3D Solicitors met with Ashley to discuss his trailblazing ideas.
S6E7 - Reasonable expectation of privacy pre-charge
Daniel Berke and Aaron Rathmell discuss a Supreme Court Judgement in ZXC v Bloomberg which held that, in general, a person under criminal investigation has, prior to being charged, a reasonable expectation of privacy in respect of information that relates to that specific investigation.
S6E6 - Relationships in the workplace for police officers
Daniel Berke and James Berry discuss guidance on workplace relationships when relationships should be declared, managing potential conflicts of interest, and the risk of disciplinary proceedings if guidance is not followed.
S6E5 - When must police forces refer complaints to the Independent Office for Police Conduct
or Police Conduct – the IOPC - when the complaints engage certain mandatory criteria. Daniel Berke and Cecily White discuss the 2021 case of R (Rose) v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police.
S6E4 - The investigative duty and 'historic' allegations
Frances McClenaghan and Deborah Britstone discuss the Supreme Court decision in Northern Ireland No 1,2 and 3 and the Human Rights Act 1998. The Supreme Court provided guidance on three key matters: the extent to which the investigative duty under Article 2/3 of the ECHR is engaged in pre-commencement deaths, when new evidence revives the investigative obligation and how the court assesses the independence of investigations.
The PLOD podcasts (Police Law on Demand) have been created by solicitors from 3D Solicitors in conversation with barristers from Serjeants’ Inn Chambers, bringing their extensive experience in advising police officers to an engaging, relevant and informative series of discussions about legal decisions, legislation and regulations affecting those involved in policing. From stop and search powers to relationships at work, our content will help officers of all ranks, and anyone with an interest in police law, stay up to date on the latest changes and trends in criminal justice and policing.