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'Political pressure' over police qualifications, says NPCC head

CC Sara Thornton says degrees and apprenticeships are beneficial but changing recruitment has been a prerequisite for pay reform.

CC Sara Thornton

CC Sara Thornton

Date - 5th June 2018
By - Ian Weinfass - Police Oracle
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Part of the reason the police service is introducing degrees and apprenticeship qualifications for officers is to show government officials pay reform is needed, the head of the NPCC says. Chief Constable Sara Thornton told the Home Affairs Select...
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