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Police officers moonlighting as mechanics and chimney sweeps

Freedom of information requests to every force in England reveal on average 13 per cent of officers in each force have registered business interests. • The sheer diversity of police officers' secondary employment can be revealed today as Freedom of Information (FoI) requests to every force

Plebgate: PC Rowland accepts £80,000 in damages

Development comes after High Court judge ruled that Mr Mitchell had called officer a 'pleb' during notorious exchange in 2012. • PC Toby Rowland, who was in the eye of a political storm over the so-called Plebgate saga, has accepted £80,000 in damages from Conservative MP Andrew Mitch

Police 'must face prosecution' for custody deaths

Inquest jurors returned death by misadventure verdict but criticised officers' use of restraint. • Police officers must be held accountable for their actions if deaths in custody are to be stopped, justice campaigners have said following an inquest verdict. Habib Ullah, a 39-year-old father

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