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Three of a Kind: Chief Constables


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Presented by Jeremy Isaacs.
Professionals wield power. What motivates them? What attitudes and ideas lurk behind their job titles? To whom are they accountable? Chief Constables with Geoffrey Dear Ian Oliver and Brian Hayes. Tonight, Jeremy Isaacs confronts the professional world of three Chief Constables - West Midlands, central Scotland and Surrey. What has been their route to the top? By what codes do they do their job? At a time when confidence in the police is at a low ebb, are they our servants or our masters? Just what are their options for the future in a fast-changing world?
A BROOK production for BBCtv


Presented By: Jeremy Isaacs.
Unknown: Geoffrey Dear
Unknown: Ian Oliver
Unknown: Brian Hayes.
Unknown: Jeremy Isaacs
Director: David Crossman
Producer: Udi Eichler

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Three of a Kind: Chief Constables

BBC Two England, 11 June 1989 20.55

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