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- New CEOP head announced - PSNI officer to take over at NCA-run body. The new director of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command has been named. Police Service of Northern Ireland ACC Will Kerr has been appointed to head the command, which is part of the National Crime Agency. He takes over
- Officers treating public and staff fairly, HMIC finds - Legitimacy inspections identified two forces as outstanding and five which require improvement. The police service is good at treating the people it serves with fairness and respect, HMIC has found. In its latest PEEL Legitimacy reports, the inspectorate found two forces – Kent and
- December counter-terrorism digest out now - New technology, societal division and investigatory powers all feature. A look at some new counter-terrorism technology is the top feature in this month’s counter-terrorism digest. PoliceOracle.com reports from the UK Security Expo on a number of new measures designed to protect pub
- Assistant Chief Constable will learn her fate next week - GMP DCC Ian Pilling will make final decision on ACC Rebekah Sutcliffe case next week and is not bound by recommendation of panel. A police chief who bared her breast in a drunken tirade against a junior colleague will discover if she is to keep her £109,000 a year job next wee
- Forces trying to recruit outside leaders without identifying own talent - Inspectorate finds direct entry schemes being sought by South Yorkshire and Humberside, who do not have good enough processes for picking out internal talent. Some forces have turned to schemes like direct entry and Police Now without being able to identify the talent they have within their
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