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Showing Stories from 13th March 2014 to 17th April 2014
Law Q&A: Issues around CCTV

Law Q&A: Issues around CCTV

(17/04/14) Professor Michael Zander ponders a question about a suspect who is caught on camera.

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(17/04/14) Cracking the preventative crime code
Fear culture stifling policing confidence

Fear culture stifling policing confidence

(16/04/14) Officers must have the confidence and support to speak out about morale and workforce issues rather than be silenced through a climate of fear, writes Dennis Weeks.

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(15/04/14) HMIC inspection prompts 'austerity fears' over counter terrorism (14/04/14) Post incident procedures - are they fit for purpose? (11/04/14) Cyber policing: A game of catch up (10/04/14) The sobering effect of Fed losses (10/04/14) Can a press officer serve two masters? (10/04/14) Law Q&A: A question of dealing with drugs (09/04/14) Police Federation elections should be 'opened up' (07/04/14) OSINT Tips: How videos speed up crime investigations (07/04/14) Law update: Evidence of similar facts (04/04/14) Surveillance: A question of trust (03/04/14) Law Q&A: A question of common assault
Direct entry, disappointment and an era of change

Direct entry, disappointment and an era of change

(03/04/14) Hard working officers have been dealt a body blow with another government initiative, says Royston Martis.

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(02/04/14) Communicating policing to the public (28/03/14) An evolving approach to vehicle crime (27/03/14) Law Q&A: A military question (27/03/14) Domestic abuse 'sidelined by other policing priorities' (27/03/14) Does policing make you happy? (26/03/14) Graham Cassidy: Super negotiator (25/03/14) Preventing terrorism: The power of arrest (24/03/14) OSINT Tips: Intelligence opportunities in translation sites (20/03/14) Law Q&A: Questions of charging (20/03/14) The policing vocation and working for free (19/03/14) Unpacked: The government's last police reforms (18/03/14) Overtime: Goodwill doesn't pay the bills (14/03/14) Quality standards in forensic science and practice (13/03/14) The IPCC, fairness and an ongoing row
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