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Fed welcomes Theresa May disciplinary reforms

Fed welcomes Theresa May disciplinary reforms

(21/11/14) Chair and vice chair say they are reviewing consultation document but welcome elements of it proposed.

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(18/11/14) Recorded crime 'measure of police demand not performance'
Firefighters and police sharing response vehicles

Firefighters and police sharing response vehicles

(14/11/14) Moves towards forming 'one service' are afoot in county praised in national report.

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(13/11/14) Fed advised not to challenge Harry Roberts release
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) Politician under pressure over annual memorial lecture (04/11/14) Officer training 'imperative' if caution reforms to succeed (03/11/14) 'Plebgate' officers to face IPCC investigation (03/11/14) Blame culture: Leaders must improve support mechanisms (30/10/14) Home Secretary: Reforms 'prove more for less is possible' (30/10/14) Updated police uniform policy reinforces 'respectable image' (28/10/14) Detectives 'suffering emotional breakdown' under policing pressure (27/10/14) Innovative detective working transforming investigative effectiveness (25/10/14) Highly courageous detectives 'gave children better life chances' (24/10/14) Largest serial killer op is investigation of the year (24/10/14) Lack of natural light causing officers 'emotional suffering' (23/10/14) Video linkups: 'Forces reap no financial benefits' (20/10/14) Officer saves woman from fast-flowing floodwaters (19/10/14) Two brave officers fend off knife attack (18/10/14) Ferocious fire rescue: Officers saved man's life (17/10/14) Sergeant who tackled knifeman wins Police Bravery Award (15/10/14) 'Force set to shed 500 police officer posts' (10/10/14) The Interview: Police Federation Chair Steve White (10/10/14) Cash-strapped officers 'forced to use food vouchers' (09/10/14) Bobbies on the beat need to eat (07/10/14) 'Plebgate' row: Court quashes IPCC's decision (06/10/14) Police building closures 'weakening community links' (03/10/14) Fed chair: Bodycams 'used amid a culture of fear' (01/10/14) Concerns police officers are 'too busy to eat'
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