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The Brief: the apology paradox

Saying sorry for something an officer has not done raises a number of appeal issues.

The Brief: the apology paradox

Date - 24th August 2020
By - Kevin Baumber
An officer might robustly deny and defend an allegation but suffer an adverse finding. They may maintain their innocence and wish to appeal. In the moment their allegation has been found proven they face the outcome stage and imposition of...
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