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The public accountability of police and crime commissioners

Following the announcement of the first public inquiry into police and crime commissioners, Bernard Rix considers the remit of the inquiry and the principles of public life.

The public accountability of police and crime commissioners

Date - 21st October 2014
By - Bernard Rix - Police Oracle
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The independent Committee on Standards in Public Life (CSPL) recently launched an inquiry into the accountability structures of the police. The Committee will publish its findings after the General Election next May, having invited and received...
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