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Becoming and Remaining a ‘Force for Good’ Reforming the Police in Post-conflict Sierra Leone

Published on 19 August 2011

Officers of the Sierra Leone police force once drew respect from the public and fear from offenders but were reduced to shabbily-dressed men and women who drew only scorn and mistrust from the community. How did this come about and how have reform efforts fared?

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IDS
authors
Charley, J.P.C. and M’Cormack, F.I.
journal
IDS Research Summary of IDS Research Report, issue 70

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Sierra Leone

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