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Showing Stories from 31st October 2014 to 13th January 2015
(13/01/15) Stopping officers resigning 'damages disciplinary process'
Cuts will 'disproportionately affect frontline policing'

Cuts will 'disproportionately affect frontline policing'

(05/01/15) Dr Tim Brain analyses the real cash cuts policing has suffered over the past four years, and predicts that more than 5,000 personnel will be lost in order for forces to cope.

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(28/12/14) Extra rehabilitation support announced for armed service veterans (23/12/14) Home Sec appoints more members to corruption panel (19/12/14) Domestic abuse offence will aid officer culture change (19/12/14) 'Extra IPCC and HMIC funds won't cut crime' (18/12/14) Christmas goodwill has disappeared for policing
Frontline officers to fall in '£3 billion cut'

Frontline officers to fall in '£3 billion cut'

(18/12/14) Settlement funding for HMIC and IPCC roundly criticised as policing world reacts to next year's budget.

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(17/12/14) Police funding reduced by almost £300 million (16/12/14) The Interview: Kenny MacAskill (15/12/14) IPCC powers to be bolstered (12/12/14) Every complaint against police to be recorded (11/12/14) 'Grossly hypocritical' ministers stoked firearms 'outrage' (09/12/14) Alcohol ban at football 'could be lifted' (08/12/14) Fears devolution of policing could harm resilience (05/12/14) 'No Christmas cheer from government for policing' (03/12/14) Autumn Statement: Pay freeze to continue (26/11/14) 'What should the police stop doing?' (24/11/14) National procurement 'will help save frontline jobs' (20/11/14) Former whistleblower welcomes new Home Office plan (19/11/14) New restorative justice action plan released (19/11/14) Officer disciplinaries to be 'out of police control' (13/11/14) 'Politics is undermining blue light collaboration' (11/11/14) Prime Minister's 'insult to police widows' over pensions (11/11/14) Direct entry branded 'expensive and ineffectual'
Thousands of officers protected from pension reforms

Thousands of officers protected from pension reforms

(07/11/14) Exclusive figures reveal that more than 27,000 officers will be able to retire with their full pension, however more than 100,000 are set to be affected.

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(06/11/14) Review body to consider local variations in pay (03/11/14) 'Wasteful' IT contracts 'unacceptable in modern policing' (31/10/14) Pay review body: Staff associations have a 'single shot'
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