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What is institutional misogyny in policing? Our research shows what it looks like – and why it matters

By Catherine Durose, Professor of Public Policy, University of Liverpool
Vivien Lowndes, Professor emerita, Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham
Britain has witnessed a torrent of appalling examples of misogyny by those serving on the front line of public services in recent years. This has included police officers committing acts of violence and abuse against women.

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