Bailiwick Podcasts

Bailiwick Law Enforcement’s annual report for 2021 has revealed a modest reduction in recorded crime compared to previous years.

However, covid and Brexit continue to cause disruption to the Police and Border Agency. Resignations and retirements are up, whilst in-island recruitment and retention are stagnant – all at a time where front-line services are already stretched.

I sat down with the Head of Law Enforcement, Ruari Hardy, to gather some insight on all these challenges, and more.

Show Notes

Bailiwick Law Enforcement’s annual report for 2021 has revealed a modest reduction in recorded crime compared to previous years.
 
However, covid and Brexit continue to cause disruption to the Police and Border Agency. Resignations and retirements are up, whilst in-island recruitment and retention are stagnant – all at a time where front-line services are already stretched.  
 
I sat down with the Head of Law Enforcement, Ruari Hardy, to gather some insight on all these challenges, and more. 
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