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Capital Letter – Policing the thin blue line: should we allow controversial investigative techniques?

Penny Pepperell of Capital Letter on the thin blue line.

Penny Pepperell of Capital Letter
Tue, 28 Oct 2014

Policing the thin blue line is a fundamental judicial function. In holding the line between order and chaos in society, police need evidence and how this is obtained is the subject of frequent contests in the courts. The use of the so-called scenario technique to obtain evidence has proved

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Penny Pepperell of Capital Letter
Tue, 28 Oct 2014
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