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Public experience of officers 'crucial to judge work'

Interaction with the public is the most important way officers and forces can rate their work and officers must remember their roles as policing ambassadors, writes Royston Martis.

Public experience of officers 'crucial to judge work'

Date - 4th December 2014
By - Royston Martis - Police Oracle
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How do we judge our police officers? How do we rank and rate their work and that of their forces? Targets have long been ridiculed for providing false evidence of officer/force effectiveness – but surely there needs to be some way of...
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