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- VIDEO: Riot training exercise in West Yorkshire - Force allows PoliceOracle.com to observe riot scenario. A group of local people face off against right wing extremists in a pub, police are called but the situation escalates into a riot. Insp Richard Calkwell talks us through a public order training exercise held at Carr Gate in Wakef
- HMIC announces changes to future PEEL inspections - Inspectorate wants views on whether anything else should be covered. HMIC’s PEEL inspections are set to be carried out in a different way in the future, the inspectorate has announced. From this year, it will carry out its annual PEEL assessments in two rather than three tranch
- Officer dismissed after contacting victims for sexual purposes - Detective constable pleaded guilty to misconduct in public office last month. A Merseyside officer who made persistent contact with victims of crime for his own sexual purposes has been dismissed from the force. Detective Constable Michael McMillan pleaded guilty to five counts of misco
- Conservative PCC hits out at Home Secretary's 'party political' call - Outgoing police and crime commissioner says statement around elections is 'divisive'. A Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner has hit out at the Home Secretary for expressing “naked partiality” prior to the elections. Devon and Cornwall PCC Tony Hogg – who will not b
- Officers facing misconduct proceedings 'will be able to resign or retire' - New legislation means officers can be brought back to face hearings if necessary. Officers subject to an investigation will soon be able to resign or retire – but could be brought back to face misconduct hearings. The Policing and Crime Bill, introduced to parliament on Wednesday,
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