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Hard policing, soft inspection? The silence of UK inspectorates is damaging policing by consent

As policing by consent and the basis of police interaction with the public are widely debated, Dr Brian Moss of the University of Southampton argues that a hardening of police tactics – such as increased used of CEDs and predictive policing – has been met largely with silence by the UK police inspectorates.

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