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Disqualified knowledge: The exclusion of police voices from the narrative around policing

The one voice that isn’t heard in national debates about policing and crime is that of ordinary officers. Doctoral researcher Ashley Kilgallon of the University of Leeds describes this ‘disqualified knowledge’ and calls for incorporating it into a more informed debate about the complex problems of policing.

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