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Degree-level entry to the police: Three lessons from local government on legitimacy

The issue of degree-level entry for police officers has been much discussed in recent weeks. Carina O’Reilly, an editor at Policing Insight and also both an academic and a local councillor, argues that the ongoing controversy is one of legitimacy – and offers some lessons from local government on how to resolve it.

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