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Policing in the UK: A Brief Guide

Association of Chief Police Officers, November 2012


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Resource information:
Resource IDacpo2012
Resource titlePolicing in the UK: A Brief Guide
Author(s)Centrex
Publication/ sourceAssociation of Chief Police Officers
Date publishedNovember 2012
Summary text/ abstractNeighbourhood policing and the Peelian Principles are the heart and soul of the British model. This is the aspect of policing that most people relate to and evidence points to increases in public confidence directly linked to visibility of police officers and staff. Public confidence underpins police legitimacy and has practical benefits. These include gaining intelligence about criminal activity within communities, opportunities for engaging with neighbourhood groups and boosting recruitment of those either wishing to volunteer or join through the Special Constabulary.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, UK Government
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