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PCCs: turnout is a lesser crime – the issue is how policing turns out

PUBLISHED November 16, 2012

Rarely a day passed during the underwhelming campaign to elect Britain's first police commissioners when some candidate or an expert did not invoke a famous remark attributed to Sir Robert Peel, the reforming Tory home secretary, who in 1829 created the world's first modern police force.

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