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A new generation of tutor constables: Mentors with mortarboards

The UK’s police uplift recruitment programme and the police education qualification framework are creating a younger, less experienced but better educated service; Lancashire police officer Fran Wright, currently seconded to the Open University as a lecturer, looks at what this workforce shift means for the role of tutor constables, and how it is likely to change the nature and demographic of the tutors.

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