In an era of unwinnable culture wars, police leaders must champion the values of a service that outlast any government.

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Abstract

As UK policing once again faces criticism for its response to anti-monarchy protests – with officers accused of creating a ‘police state’ if they take action, and being ‘woke’ if they don’t – Senior Policing Lecturer Owen West, a former chief superintendent, argues that it’s time for policing leadership to fill the vacuum in the public debate by defending and promoting the values of the service, or risk a further loss of public trust and confidence.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPolicing Insight
Publication statusPublished - 15 Sep 2022

Keywords

  • Policing

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