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Showing Stories from 13th June 2014 to 29th July 2014
Terrorism and the law: Independent review

Terrorism and the law: Independent review

(29/07/14) Andrew Staniforth examines the crucial role of the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation - and how it could change in the future.

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Restorative justice: Labour's domestic violence claims 'wrong'

Restorative justice: Labour's domestic violence claims 'wrong'

(29/07/14) National lead and Howard League for Penal Reform defend police use of community resolutions to deal with some domestic abuse cases.

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Officer killer tariffs will 'put police in danger'

Officer killer tariffs will 'put police in danger'

(25/07/14) Former Met Police commissioners argue that mandatory whole life tariff is unnecessary, populist and will have "extreme implications".

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(25/07/14) Representation for detained children 'should be automatic' (24/07/14) Law Q&A: Elements of a crime (24/07/14) Met ordered to pay thousands to rapists' victims (21/07/14) Ambulances not police cars 'should transport sectioned detainees' (18/07/14) Jailed officer sold 'private gossip' to newspapers (18/07/14) Force 'caused terror suspect's trial to collapse' (18/07/14) Cost concerns risk jeopardising healthcare in police custody suites (17/07/14) Police doctor: Drug addicts 'seeking prison for treatment' (14/07/14) Conspiracy convictions: Former officers lose appeal (14/07/14) Chief and prosecutors apologise to PCC candidate (12/07/14) Sexual messages: Officer sentenced (11/07/14) PC 'passed information to criminals' (11/07/14) Mandatory reporting 'would undermine police professionalism' (10/07/14) Sex assaults: Officer awaits fate (10/07/14) Law Q&A: Pre-interview disclosure (08/07/14) Explosives possession: Force satisfied at sentence (04/07/14) 'Tabloid informant' officer jailed (03/07/14) Drug dealer who hailed Dale Cregan 'hero' jailed (30/06/14) Law update: Zander on Pace (26/06/14) Law Q&A: A question of assault (25/06/14) Officer who slept with vulnerable women jailed (23/06/14) Fingerprint assumptions 'could lead to miscarriages of justice' (19/06/14) Second time knife offenders to face custody (15/06/14) Fed welcomes police corruption offence (13/06/14) Always watching: Keeping track of offenders (13/06/14) Court: 'Officer attacked with police issue baton'
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