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Neighbourhood policing "needs to have an edge" for it to succeed

HM Chief Inspector Andy Cooke says that he would like to see neighbourhood policing work, but as capacity remains stretched, the wrong priorities are being chosen.

HM  Chief Inspector Andy Cooke

HM Chief Inspector Andy Cooke

Date - 1st June 2022
By - Cachella Smith
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Andy Cooke has called for officers to be much more visible in their communities and focus on “putting doors in to catch people” as a way of winning back public trust. He has called for forces to re-evaluate their priorities, amid...
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