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Public 'would decide officer numbers' under Labour reforms

Party unveils raft of new policing policies, including greater say for local councils. • Councils would help make appointments and the public will be able to say how many police should be on the beat under a future Labour government, the party has said. Along with abolishing police

Misconduct: PC begins jail term

Former TVP officer handed 18-month custodial term after court hears how he illegally accessed the Police National Computer. • A former officer from Thames Valley Police (TVP) is beginning a custodial sentence after being convicted of misconduct in a public office, the force has confirmed

Ex-Supers' secretary 'will be greatly missed'

Peter Williams QPM enjoyed an illustrious policing career and went on to work for the PSAEW. • The death of a long serving retired officer and key member of Police Superintendent’s Association of England and Wales (PSAEW) staff has been announced. Peter Willams QPM, the Associati

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