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In the War of Veracity v Claptrap: The IJC Changed the Political Landscape of World-Wide Policing Po

Four years ago, the Internet Journal of Criminology (IJC) published my co-authored article (Sutton and Hodgson 2013). That article originally proves that so-called British Home Office "research" into the effectiveness of beat policing is based on nothing more than a ludicrously unrealistic arithmetical calculation made on the back of an envelope. Moreover that very same calculation was, in turn, based on the incredibly silly premise that all beat police officers walk the beat randomly at a fixed speed, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and are unable to perceive a thing. The effective premise therefore, of such Home Office policing "research", is that all beat foot patrol police officers are

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