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Policing by consent - policing governance and accountability in the 21st Century.

Date of event: October 27, 2009

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Event Briefing

‘Policing by consent’ is the traditional cornerstone of policing in Scotland and implies that the police function in a way that is based on positive, constructive and mutually supportive relationships with the public and local communities. This seminar, held on 27th October at the University of the West of Scotland Hamilton Campus, looked at a number of key aspects of how this concept has developed in modern Scotland.

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Philip Stenning
Philip Stenning & Ken Scott, 27th October 2009

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