17 May 2012
Dr Tim Evans, ASI senior fellow, writes in The Evening Standard on the need for a radical reform in policing. He says Theresa May doesn't go far enough and suggests a number of measures that could be intorduced in London to involve more private security forces in policing.
He argues that British law and order is not just dependent on the police, but also on those who work in private security. He argues that where police are failing residents, they should be able to pay for private services to improve their security.
You can read the article in full in the Evening Standard here.