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Figuring it out: Police statistics should be there to serve the public good

The phrase “80% of what the police do has nothing to do with fighting crime” is often bandied about, but where does it come from and is it accurate? Statistic Regulator for the Office for Statistics Regulation Lewis Jack discusses the OSR’s review of the value of police statistics in promoting public understanding of policing.

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