Articles

January 31, 2023

Running the blue light

Fleet risk and insurance form an important part of a police force's portfolio. For insurers it's a crucial consideration when road emergency response puts life at risk, with increasingly high casualty claims.
January 16, 2023

Meet R;pple, the suicide prevention pop-up

R;pple is a pop-up that shows up when people search harmful content, signposting them over to 24/7 free, mental health support.
December 21, 2022

Commercial property investments

A Government ban on new commercial investments for yield, and a property sector changed forever by the pandemic, will impact on council income and local regeneration.
December 21, 2022

Commercialisation under stewardship

The second part of a two-part series on commercialism in councils post COVID-19.
November 9, 2022

The evolving workplace

Hybrid working and worker flexibility are now not only the norm but an expected part of an employer’s offering. What is the future of the workforce in this new setting?
October 6, 2022

What does the energy crisis mean for public spaces?

If we all spend winter seeking comfort away from home, are public spaces ready for the surge?
September 14, 2022
Queen Elizabeth !!

The passing of Queen Elizabeth II

We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II
September 2, 2022
Student in London

RMP sign 3-year partnership with LUPC

We’ve just partnered with the London Universities Purchasing Consortium – a group of more than 30 universities and other not-for-profit institutions.
May 26, 2022

The perks and pitfalls of AI in policing

Police forces across the UK are increasingly using artificial intelligence (AI) to help keep their communities safe and secure. In this article, we analyse the pros and cons AI offers to improve public safety.