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Showing Stories from 12th September 2013 to 14th July 2014
(12/05/14) Police Scotland: Officer numbers and crime rates fall (30/04/14) Force scraps hate crime unit despite rise in incidents (04/04/14) Retention of 'career specials' crucial (31/03/14) Cuts: Policing 'risks being dragged backwards' (29/03/14) Fed Chair: Specials 'should be able to join staff association' (29/03/14) Special Constabulary 'is envy of the world' (27/03/14) Chief: Cuts 'are leading to frontline gaps'
Unpacked: The government's last police reforms

Unpacked: The government's last police reforms

(19/03/14) The final Act before the general election underscores the coalition's appetite for radical action, say analysts.

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Cuts: PCSOs 'discouraged from joining regulars'

Cuts: PCSOs 'discouraged from joining regulars'

(04/03/14) Staff become reluctant to be PCs after seeing the effects of cuts on their work.

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(25/02/14) Mental health detainees 'routinely' held in cells (11/02/14) National crime network will 'promote good practice policing' (10/02/14) Floods: Specials 'piggy back' public to safety (06/02/14) Specialist roles face the axe (22/01/14) Special Constabulary conference line up confirmed (21/01/14) Union: PCSOs 'risk being seen as powerless' (14/01/14) PCSO match funding scheme axed (02/01/14) Awards highlight grass roots good practice (31/12/13) Honours: Police partnership 'crucial' to public protection scheme (30/12/13) Crime stats revamp 'will demonstrate police hard work' (11/12/13) National and local policing 'is now under threat' (01/12/13) PCSO seeking thousands for fence fall injury (23/10/13) Winsor: Specials 'should not replace regulars' (04/10/13) Two force merger 'in both parties' interests' (03/10/13) Keep calm, and learn the lessons (02/10/13) Tablet PCs for UK vehicles (24/09/13) Neighbourhood policing: Tackling terrorism together (24/09/13) Police led prosecutions face government review (19/09/13) The Peter Hitchens police bandwagon
Chief raises doubts over neighbourhood policing

Chief raises doubts over neighbourhood policing

(12/09/13) Merseyside chief constable says political obsession with "visible policing" may not be best use of resources during austerity.

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