Dr Iain Britton is one of, maybe the foremost academic globally with insights on policing volunteers – also known as Specials or Auxiliaries.
Following a distinguished UK-based career in police management and governance, he was recently awarded a Churchill Fellowship to facilitate further international research into his specialist area. In this first part of a four part series of conversations for PolicingTV, he speaks with PolicingTV’s Founder, Bernard Rix about how he is helping to “realise the huge potential of volunteers in policing”, through the development of a significant evidence base in this area.
In addition to insights on police volunteering, Iain also – in this first part – focuses on some of the learning from his time as the Chief Executive in the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), at a time – from 2012 onwards – when PCCs took on police force governance in England and Wales.
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