There is training in place. All officers and also police staff -- because what we have to remember, particularly for us, our PCSOs, are an integral part of talking to the media. So all officers and staff do receive media training when they come in, and that's sort of to set the context, and that's supported right the way through. We do media training right the way through the organisation up to chief officer level. So that gives everybody a level platform of what is expected for them.
Also, in light of obviously this Inquiry, the Filkin report and the HMIC, we will be looking back at the policy and having a look and actually clearing up some of the ambiguity around "off the record" and things like that. That's one of my actions, after I leave here today, to do.