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COVID has changed policing — but now policing needs to change to respond better to COVID

By Vicki Sentas, Senior Lecturer, UNSW Law, UNSW
Leanne Weber, Professor of Criminology, University of Canberra
Louise Boon-Kuo, Senior Lecturer, Sydney Law School, University of Sydney
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Policing during the pandemic has tended to focus on punitive measures against individuals. A community-focused, public health approach would move away from coercive policing.

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