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HMIC: Police committed to tackling corruption

Report found that strides have been made in 122 out of 125 areas which needed improvement in terms of integrity. • There is no evidence of endemic corruption in the police and forces are committed to addressing any outstanding issues, a report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary

Seven new forces want direct entry superintendents

On the day that those already hired as part of controversial scheme go out on patrol for the first time, several new forces will be open for applications. • Nine forces will be taking part in the second round of direct entry - with applications opening on Monday (January 2). The initiative

Family lose legal bid to sue police

Mother of woman killed by ex-partner wanted damages to provide for children who were in house when murder happened. • The family of a mother stabbed to death by her jealous ex-partner have lost a high profile bid to sue police for negligence. Joanna Michael (25) was murdered by Cyron W

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