The time has come for radical reform to the police service in England and Wales as funding is set to be cut and the police face new challenges.
This report argues that there is a strong case for widespread changes to the way the police work: how they are paid, managed, trained and recruited. It also argues for much greater integration of policing systems and processes acrossthe country, for much greater focus by the police on the needs of the citizen and for a transformation of the organisational culture of policing, which remains far too risk averse and process driven.
None of these reforms can be progressed unless we tackle a wider set of problems that are caused by the way the police service is governed, organised and held to account.
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