The Home Secretary Theresa May read the riot act to the Police Federation today following a series of scandals.
She told them, if they didn't bring in reforms themselves, the government would do it for them by law.
Federation Leaders have called her speech a vitriolic attack, but members voted to adopt some changes.
ITV News' Lewis Vaughan Jones reports.
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