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MPs on the all-party House of Commons home affairs committee backed a motion tabled by Liberal Democrat MP Ben Bradshaw which said the change in the law was not only right but necessary in order to safeguard public trust and confidence and would ensure good governance and appropriate decision-making. The reform of local government board governance, which follows a 2012 review of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, will apply to police board members as well as the police force on which they sit. The motion was supported by the Liberal Democrat chair of the committee, Adrian Bailey, who has spoken out against the proposed legislation in the past. Bailey told BuzzFeed News he believed the law change would protect police by allowing public confidence to be restored after concerns were expressed that it could lead to police being made accountable to outsiders. I have made the point in particular that the police force, even if they are not subject to the provisions of the law, will need to respond in the same way, Bailey said. We do need to have a proper, properly public conversation about what we want policing to look like in the future, and the kind of relationship between the police and communities we want which is going to require transparency. The law is going to affect the very way in which police forces will decide what they are doing, how they carry out their mandate, and how they are accountable to others. Peter Clarke, president of the Association of Chief Police Officers, told BuzzFeed News it was important that the legislation had clear and unambiguous language that sets out the new regime.

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