Our Founder writes in today’s Telegraph about the need to support our police officers:
“There are moments in the life of a police officer when the exercise of professional judgment may result in life-altering scrutiny, injury, or even death. The job can resemble a game of Russian roulette, with officers taking huge risks to protect the public good.
So while we are right to expect a great deal from the police, and to see serious deficiencies addressed, it will take action from us all to avoid turning an often thankless task into an impossible one. The danger is that, when scrutinising officers for the risks they take, the pendulum has swung too far the other way.
Read the full article in The Telegraph here.