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Celebrating a century: The 1980s and beyond – female workforce representation and police legitimacy

In their second of two articles marking the centenary of the Baird Committee Report, which recommended that women should be employed as sworn police officers across England and Wales, Dr Wendy Laverick and Professor Peter Joyce look at the role of women in policing from the 1980s to today – including discrimination, the Gender Agenda and contemporary thinking.

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