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Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Policy Police 3 beginning to reappear

This one is going to take a little more time. I only did a couple of episodes in book format, so rather than resurrect the old slide shows, I'll re-release this one episode by episode as I get it done. It'll be fun for me, too cuz I can't remember what happens.

Find the story here

I think I'll release the rapid response stories bit-by-bit in parallel. Just because I can.

Saturday, 2 December 2017

Policy Police 2: Up Close and Personalised - now hosted on smackjeeves

Here's the second story all done.

Because this is the book format you get the special Bonus chapter at the end which I don't think I've published online previously.

Task now is to work on PP3 I think, then the stand-alone stories that I collected in Rapid Response. May take me a number of days.

Friday, 1 December 2017

Policy Police: Reaching the LEARNER. Back again

Discovered a couple of days ago that all the links to the Policy Police comics were broken. Andd frankly I can't remember where I had them hosted. So I've decided to upload all the book-format comics on to Smack Jeeves, and then re-do all the links so that they point to those.

So I've got the first comic uploaded. Here.

More to follow. I've got Up Close ready so will maybe upload that tomorrow. But now I'll try and update the links in the STORIES bit

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Trap holes

News today of the Chief Exec of Kensington and Chelsea being "forced to resign". I always think that people like this in the public sector are paid such a lot because they are expected to take the rap when the time comes. The lucky ones manage to see their time through til retirement, but for those unlucky enough to have something bad happen on their watch, they are expected to fall on their sword with good grace.

But these days, as the salaries have increased, they have become more likely to complain about it. Maybe, back ion the day, you went quietly and the "chaps" saw you were all right. Or maybe it was easier to see where the trap holes were, and make sure somebody else was there to fall in.