Partners in Crime: Democratic Accountability and the Future of Local Policing

Nov 12, 2009

Contributions from Ian Barnes

Home Office micromanagement has undermined public confidence in the service and weakened the historic bonds between the policy and the communities they serve.

Partners in Crime calls for the introduction of elected police heads, responsible for meeting the needs of local people and revitalising the relationship between the police and the public.

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Max Chambers

Max Chambers
Head of Crime & Justice, 2012-14 Read Full Bio

Natalie Evans

Natalie Evans
Deputy Director, 2008-2011 Read Full Bio

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