The presentation of police in everyday life: Police-press relations, impression management and the Leveson Inquiry

@inproceedings{Mawby2014ThePO,
  title={The presentation of police in everyday life: Police-press relations, impression management and the Leveson Inquiry},
  author={Robert I. Mawby},
  year={2014}
}
In 2012 the Leveson Inquiry investigated relations between the police and the press, examining the routine systems and processes of police–press relations in the UK and, more specifically, the conduct of senior Metropolitan Police Service officers during an investigation into phone-hacking (Operation Caryatid). The Inquiry is notable in that it shone a light on a normally hidden policing function; it brought the backstage processes of police–media relations, part of police ‘image work’, to the… CONTINUE READING
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