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Chief super in vulnerability training call for officers

President of the Chief Superintendents Association of England and Wales says officers should have a public protection licence.

Gavin Thomas will reiterate the association's position on PPU at the annual conference tomorrow

Gavin Thomas will reiterate the association's position on PPU at the annual conference tomorrow

Date - 5th September 2016
By - John Toner - Police Oracle
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Police officers who work with vulnerable members of the public should "require a licence to practice". That is the view of Gavin Thomas, President of the Chief Superintendents Association of England and Wales (CSAEW), who will call for...
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