Perverting the Course of Justice: The Hilarious and Shocking Inside Story of British Policing

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Monday Books, 2008 - Crime - 288 pages
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Crime is modern Britain's obsession. Every day brings another horrific news story. How did the country get like this? For the first time ever, a senior policeman - writing under an assumed name - breaks ranks to tell the truth about the collapse of law and order in the UK. With access to statistics about frontline police strength, exclusive inside information and detailed analysis, Inspector Gadget reveals how bad things really are. Controversial and gripping, this sets the news agenda and shocks the nation into action.

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User Review  - Mike-Fitzgibbons - LibraryThing

Front line policing in the modern age. A pride of shift lions led by statistics and political nonsense. Fighting the war on crime by wasing their time. An irreverent and entertaining fly on the wall expose. Read full review

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User Review  - Steven - Goodreads

A bleak but honest account of modern policing. Frustrating to hear that senior police and politicians appear to care more for headlines than fighting crime. Read full review

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