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ACPO President to retire

ACPO President to retire

(19/10/14) Former PSNI chief constable announces decision to stand down at the end of the year as new body is created to replace ACPO.

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Crime stats: Home Office categories under fire

Crime stats: Home Office categories under fire

(17/10/14) Police Superintendents' Association President vows to keep up pressure as senior former officer slams 'ridiculous' counting rules.

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(25/09/14) New head of NPoCC announced (24/09/14) Political parties warned: 'Keep public at heart of policing' (19/09/14) Alcohol fueled crime 'testing scant police resources' (16/09/14) Force appoints experienced deputy (08/09/14) Chiefs 'are handcuffed to old policing structures' (08/09/14) Missing persons' database will call on 'organisational memory' (29/08/14) Rotherham scandal: National lead pledges action (21/08/14) Social media: 'Officers must be held to account' (20/08/14) Social media disciplinaries: Forces 'should not lose heart' (18/08/14) Standing at football 'would still present policing challenge' (14/08/14) Revealed: Two year wait for water cannon authorisation (13/08/14) Fed membership database: Blueprint agreed (11/08/14) ACPO President: Historic enquiries body was 'set up to fail' (10/08/14) ACPO: 'Re-examine whether FGM includes cosmetic surgery' (07/08/14) Forces asked to disclose paedophile investigations (07/08/14) ACC will assist force in 'significant challenges' (03/08/14) Community focused chief awarded doctorate (29/07/14) Deputy selected to temporarily lead force (29/07/14) Scotland 'may develop independent chief officer training' (26/07/14) Chief constable awarded honorary doctorate (25/07/14) DCC announces retirement a year after appointment (21/07/14) Decriminalising drugs: Would it reduce crime rates? (18/07/14) Pay demand versus officer numbers 'will hit soon' (17/07/14) ACPO replacement: Chiefs vote in favour (10/07/14) New ACC appointed for Cleveland
Officer reductions 'cannot be blamed for assaults rise'

Officer reductions 'cannot be blamed for assaults rise'

(09/07/14) No evidence that cuts and an increase in single crewing is the reason for escalating numbers of attacks, says ACPO officer.

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(06/07/14) Acting deputy will continue to lead force
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