answers today than our predecessors were seventy years ago. Yet the challenge to consider these fundamental issues remains, the resolution of which may cause many assumptions about the education of officers to be reconsidered and appropnate responsive action taken.
I leave readers to make their own specific comparisons and particular contrasts about moral and value judgements, both implied and stated, within the report, and their own expenence of officers' training. If nothing else these extracts are in places quaint and even humorous from our perspective. I trust readers will find them to be enjoyable reading.