Global progressive policing

Does policing have a pressing need for Plato?

With many discussions around what policing’s core mission should entail and how it should be achieved, author, lecturer and former Police Scotland superintendent Martin Gallagher argues that a more Platonic philosophical approach to the debate could deliver some benefits in determining the role and remit of the service.

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