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Reform of stop and search requires effective communication

Researchers from RAND Europe, an organisation which helped evaluate the College of Policing's training on the issue, examine the prospects for reforming the practice.

Lucy Strang and Chris Giacomantonio

Lucy Strang and Chris Giacomantonio

Date - 27th October 2016
By - Chris Giacomantonio and Lucy Strang - RAND Europe
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Recent reports from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of the Constabulary, as well as independent research, highlight a number of problems with the police practice of stop and search in England and Wales. These include their disproportionate use...
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