Written in a darkened room, somewhere in the UK, this blog is intended to provide an insight into the world of those that keep your streets (and mine) safe at night; the serving men and women UK policing. We do our best to protect the communities we serve under difficult circumstances, but it’s getting harder every day.
We don’t always get it right its true, but we always try our best. And yet the Government, the public, the media all want their pound of flesh on the rare occasion when it goes wrong. They, however, are not the ones who are expected to run toward the chaos with barely effective kit and insufficient resources in the belief that it will all work out in the end.
The Minimum Cover Blog combines mixture of personal experience, factual accounts, a modicum of fiction here and there to ease the literary process and protect the innocent.
I hope you enjoy my posts; maybe they will provoke a few thoughts; maybe they will start a debate or two. I look forward to hearing your views in the comments.
Thanks for reading.
NB: The author of this blog does not necessarily endorse the views of those that choose to comment on articles published here. All views expressed within articles not externally referenced are those of the author and not of any Police Authority or Constablulary. All views expressed in externally referenced content are the responsibility of the originating author.