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Delay hits reforms to change misconduct culture 'from blame to learning'

Parliament has no time to approve changes, including ensuring independence of organising hearings and raising misconduct threshold, for the foreseeable future.

Craig Guildford, pictured at a Police Federation Conference

Craig Guildford, pictured at a Police Federation Conference

Date - 31st October 2018
By - Ian Weinfass, at Westminster
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Misconduct reforms designed to shift the culture in policing from "blame to learning" will not be in place by next summer, as planned, despite all the bodies involved agreeing with the changes. The suite of measures, revealed by Police...
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