South Wales Police may be allowed to use facial recognition cameras but the use of this technology massively infringes our most basic freedoms argues Dr Ed Bridges
Digital is everywhere
David Jones calls on policy makers to grasp that digital can revolutionise public services in Wales.
A bunker mentality?
Phil Parry looks at how recent news events have again highlighted issues around policing.
Welsh PCCs demonstrate the difference the role can bring
Nicolas Webb says the Police Commissioner role has worked for Wales.
The case for an all-Wales devolved police force
Sophie Chambers examines the record of the four Welsh Police and Crime Commissioners a year on from their election
Why police and criminal justice should be devolved
Alun Michael argues that Wales needs these powers to enable a joined-up approach to tackling crime
Next steps in the Welsh devolution process
Mike Hedges sets out the case for Wales to enjoy the same legislative architecture as Scotland and Northern Ireland
Elections on a beat near you
Shelley Bosson explores the forthcoming shake-up of the administration at the top of the Welsh police forces
Elect your local sheriff
Richard Hibbs says that elected Police Commissioners can make a difference in Wales, despite opposition from the National Assembly