Author: Stephen P. Savage,Frank Leishman,Barry Loveday
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman Ltd (November 1, 1995)
Category: Politics & Government
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This paper examines issues concerned with police corruption and its control in England and Wales.
IN June 1993 the government published proposals for the structure of the police under the title Police Reform: A Police Service for the Twenty-first Century. I Introducing the White Paper, the then Home Secretary made reference to the need to bring police work ‘up-to-date’, by strengthening the role of local police authorities and providing greater freedom for chief officers to manage the service. This paper examines issues concerned with police corruption and its control in England and Wales.
Core issues in policing. Read - Walklate, S. (2000): ‘Equal Opportunities and the Future of Policing’. Barry Loveday, Stephen P. Savage, Frank Leishman.
Leishman, . Loveday, B. and Savage, S. P. Core issues in policing. Harlow, England: Longman.
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W-What an a-hole you are, Juh-Georgie," Bill said, amiably enough, and pushed back some of the sick-stuff on his nighttable: an empty glass, a pitcher of water, Kleenex, books, a bottle of Vicks VapoRub-the smell of which Bill would associate all his life with thick, phlegmy chests and snotty noses.