The Metropolitan Police Service (the Met), of London, UK, faced with a situation where middle ranks (chief inspectors, superintendents and chief superintendents) received no particular training or leadership development, introduced a leadership development programme shortly after the 1998 Stephen Lawrence Enquiry, which had highlighted the Met’s leadership failure. The programme was designed to strengthen leadership and ensure a more effective response in the community and covered four major a...

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9.4.6 Develop management/leadership competencies

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