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Never stop learning: A response to the Direct Entry debate

The Direct Entry debate has returned to the headlines in recent weeks with the suggestion that Chief Constables might in future be drawn from outside the service. Supt. Maggie Blyth, one of the first Direct Entry superintendents, says there’s a huge amount of talent in policing – but there still might be advantages in looking outside.

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