The Scarman Report

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NEW As Britain faces nCW record levels of crime, confidence in the police is undermined by notorious miscarriages of justice, and more and more influential voices call for change. Today, Lord

Scarman chairs the first of a five-part inquiry into the future of the police service. 1: Citizens in Uniform What sort of service do we want? How can the police be made more accountable? Should there be a national police force? Lord Scarman hears evidence from local politicians, academics, lawyers and the public. Presented by Gerry Northam.

Reporter Julia Sharp. Editor Leslie Robinson

Contributors

Presented By: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Editor: Leslie Robinson

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Presented By: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Editor: Leslie Robinson

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Lord Scarman chairs a five-part inquiry into the future of the British police service. 2: PC 2000

How should the British police service be managed? Should there be a national force? How can the changing make-up of society be represented within the ranks? Serving police officers, lawyers, academics and the public present their evidence. With Gerry Northam. Reporter Julia Sharp. Producer Anne Reevell

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Producer: Anne Reevell

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Unknown: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Producer: Anne Reevell

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Lord Scarman chairs a five-part inquiry into the future of the British police service.

3: Getting a Result

Are the police effective in fighting crime? Do we get value for money? Lawyers, academics, serving police officers and the public present their evidence. With Gerry Northam. Reporter Julia Sharp. Producer Clare Hastings

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Producer: Clare Hastings

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Unknown: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Producer: Clare Hastings

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Lord Scarman chairs a five-part inquiry into the future of the British police service. 4: One Rotten Apple

How can the police cope with loss of confidence caused by notorious police malpractice? Does the public have confidence in the complaints procedure? Serving police officers, lawyers, politicians, academics and the public present their evidence. With Gerry Northam. Reporter Julia Sharp. Producer Anne Reevell

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Producer: Anne Reevell

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In the final programme, Lord Scarman presents his report on the future of the British police service. Summing Up

In the Grand Committee

Room of the House of Commons a distinguished invited audience, including the Home

Secretary, opposition politicians and the public, hears Lord Scarman draw his conclusions from evidence gleaned during his investigation.

With Gerry Northam. Reporter Julia Sharp. Editor Leslie Robinson

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Editor: Leslie Robinson

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Unknown: Gerry Northam.

Reporter: Julia Sharp.

Editor: Leslie Robinson