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A look at pre-1980s British policing techniques, and whether the "old-style" policing techniques were as bad as their portrayal in Life on Mars (2006) or whether they may have proved more ... See full summary »
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A look at pre-1980s British policing techniques, and whether the "old-style" policing techniques were as bad as their portrayal in Life on Mars (2006) or whether they may have proved more effective than modern-day political correctness. Written by thomaswake16

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