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Public questions help to avoid police complacency

Senior officer welcomes people's input

Public questions on policing help to avoid complacency, according to a senior member of the Isle of Man Constabulary.

Yesterday marked the end of a month-long recruitment drive for special constables.

Chief Officer Dean Johnson insists the level of interest shown in joining the Island's voluntary section of the police force was better than expected.

He says talking to members of the public helps keep officers on their toes:

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