With an apparent increasing disconnect between the American public and the police who serve them, is there any hope for a recovery in police legitimacy? Colin Rogers, Professor of Policing and Security at the University of South Wales, discusses the requirements for police legitimacy and examines the experience in New Zealand.
There is a well-known phrase that describes a certain view of police officers. Often abbreviated in graffiti and on placards to ‘ACAB’, the words ‘all cops are bastards’ have been widely adopted as a response to the way police forces operate.
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