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Policing is failing society with inaction on misogyny, says Apter

Police Federation chair John Apter has said policing must accept it has a misogyny problem which is "far too often met with silence".

John Apter, Chair of the Police Federation

John Apter, Chair of the Police Federation

Date - 1st November 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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The Federation chair has admitted the service has an issue with misogyny that must be tackled in order to regain the trust of the public. Writing yesterday (31 October) in the Sunday Times, Mr Apter said: “We have to accept we have a problem,...
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