Who Guards the Guards?

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The police are wide­ly trust­ed. But a range of scan­dals from phone hack­ing to ‘ple­b­gate’ have led to doubts. Have we made a seri­ous mis­take?  Should we be scep­ti­cal of police pow­er and demand com­plete open­ness or is polic­ing the police an impos­si­ble task that under­mines our secu­ri­ty?

The Panel

Shaun Ley ques­tions the jus­tice system’s most pow­er­ful voic­es under Labour: for­mer Police Com­mis­sion­er Ian Blair, Direc­tor of The Cen­tre for Crim­i­nol­o­gy at Oxford Ian Loader, Direc­tor of the Cam­bridge Insti­tute of Crim­i­nol­o­gy Lawrence W. Sher­man, and for­mer Jus­tice Sec­re­tary Char­lie Fal­con­er.

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