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Police 'should learn to apologise'

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Recent news has been dominated by the conduct of the police - with Ian Tomlinson's death during the G20 protests and Assistant Commissioner Bob Quick's security blunder. Ian Johnston, president of the Superintendents' Association of England and Wales, and filmmaker Roger Graef discuss if police officers are held in lower esteem than a generation ago.

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