Call You and Yours: Trust in the Police

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How much faith do you have in the police?

Have recent controversies affected your view of the their ability to tackle crime?
What has your experience been of dealing with the police locally?
If you have worked for the police - how do you think you're seen by the public?

Email youandyours@bbc.co.uk or tweet #youandyours.

On Wednesday the chief constables of three forces will appear before MPs to explain their handling of "Plebgate" - when officers claimed they'd been called 'plebs' by the former chief-whip Andrew Mitchell. It comes after apologies for the police handling of Hillsborough and the death of Ian Tomlinson.

The policing minister said a recent poll suggesting that two-thirds of the public still have confidence in the police is "quite surprising" given various reports of misconduct.

Sir Hugh Orde president of the Association of Chief Police Officers says confidence in the police is remarkably stable.

So do you still trust the police?

03700 100 444 is the number to call, email youandyours@bbc.co.uk or text us on 84844

Presenter: Julian Worricker
Producer: Joe Kent.

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55 minutes

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Tue 22 Oct 2013 12:04
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