Post incident procedures - are they fit for purpose?

Senior policing leaders must not hastily overhaul post incident procedures in the wake of high-profile cases without proper analysis of the current guidance.

Post incident procedures - are they fit for purpose?

Date - 14th April 2014
By - Scott Ingram - Slater & Gordon
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The media and the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) would have us believe that the current procedure that guides how firearms officers provide evidence after an incident is not ‘fit for purpose’. The IPCC is on record...
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