Throughout last year, we’ve seen Sarah in various articles including the BBC, Herald and the Guardian. On Wednesday this week, we had a full page in the Guardian:
Thanks to Gordon Cairns who wrote the piece in which Sarah talks about the Mypolice project.
MyPolice is one part of an engagement toolkit with the public,” she replies. “The point is to gain feedback. As it is online, it is only one part of this toolkit, but with 80% of the public using social media five to six hours a day, it is now a major part. I believe MyPolice is a democratic and non-agenda-setting way of engagement with the public, allowing them to voice their feelings and gain the service they want as a community. MyPolice allows the public to push for changes to service delivery where issues have been highlighted through empathetic stories the public have shared. MyPolice is putting people at the heart of public services and pushing for a more human way of doing things.
You can read the article online here.