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by Inspector Gadget

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Title:Perverting the Course of Justice: The Hilarious and Shocking Inside Story of British Policing
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Perverting the Course of Justice: The Hilarious and Shocking Inside Story of British Policing by Inspector Gadget

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Front line policing in the modern age. A pride of shift lions led by statistics and political nonsense. Fighting the war on crime by wasing their time. An irreverent and entertaining fly on the wall expose. ( )
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A senior policeman - writing under an assumed name for fear of exposure - breaks ranks to tell the truth about the collapse of law and order in the UK.

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