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Developing a ‘copper’s nose’: The need to empower new officers

The task of policing has become increasingly regulated over recent decades, largely for well-understood reasons. But has this regulation stifled creativity, autonomy, and the development of ‘natural’ police officers? Serving officer Martin Gallagher makes the case for a bit more chaos.

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