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Home Affairs Committee
Oral and written evidence published.
The Home Affairs Committee explores the challenges of modern policing, and examine whether police forces in England and Wales are sufficiently equipped and resourced to keep the public safe and to respond effectively to evolving demands and changing patterns of crime.
Evidence given by Gloria Laycock, Professor of Crime Science, University College London, Tim Newburn, Professor of Criminology and Social Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Andromachi Tseloni, Professor of Quantitative Criminology, Nottingham Trent University; Katy Barrow-Grint, Chief Inspector, Local Policing, Thames Valley Police, Tom Gash, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science, University College London, Blair Gibbs, Expert Advisor, Behavioural Insights Team, and Associate, Crest Advisory, and Dr Rick Muir, Director, Police Foundation.
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Home Affairs Committee looks at changing demands and new challenges for police forces