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Police cuts 'will hit civilian staff'

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An analysis of the possible effects of budget cuts on the police service in England and Wales suggests that as many as 60,000 police officer and staff posts could go.

The study was commissioned by Police Review magazine and conducted by the former Chief Constable of Gloucestershire, Tim Brain.

He discusses the role of front-line policing.


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