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Ethics committees 'must take account of operational reality'

Following the advent of ethics committees, designed to offer an impartial view of certain aspects of policing, Nick Alatti examines the practicalities behind such an initiative, and how they could act as a "critical friend".

Ethics committees 'must take account of operational reality'

Date - 28th August 2014
By - Nick Alatti - Police Oracle
There are a number of grey areas in policing where officers have to make difficult moral and ethical judgment calls which others from outside the service may passionately disagree about.  It could be anything from public surveillance to...
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