Considerations Regarding National or Regional Police Forces
One of the fears that has been expressed over the years, particularly during the 1984–5 miners’ strike and to a lesser extent during the disorders in 1980–1, is that a national police force seems to be inevitable. The existence of the National Reporting Centre has been seen as a manifestation of incipient central government control, and the prospect of such an occurrence is generally viewed with disapproval.
KeywordsPolice Force Police Service Royal Commission National Police Legitimate Police
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