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The Failure of Britain’s Police

Norman Dennis, George Erdos, David Robinson, April 2003

In January 2003 the Home Office claimed that the chance of being a victim of crime “remains historically low”. However, the staggering rise in the volume of crime, within living memory, has been so great that it is difficult to convey the enormous shift in the law-abidingness and “policeability” of the English.

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