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Political parties fight for ‘tough on crime’ high ground – but detective skills shortage is the emerging crisis

Against the backdrop of a shaken public confidence in policing following the Sarah Everard murder, the Conservative and Labour parties set out their law and order objectives during the recent conference season; but as Police Foundation Director Rick Muir reports, while politicians fought for the ‘tough on crime’ mantle, it is the largely overlooked shortage in investigative skills that is the real emerging crisis.

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