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Showing Stories from 2nd February 2015 to 2nd March 2015
First ban on legal highs welcomed

First ban on legal highs welcomed

(02/03/15) Lincoln City Council are using a Public Space Protection Order to ban taking legal highs in public.

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(28/02/15) Gun clubs to use police firearms training base (27/02/15) New inquiry into collapsed police corruption trial
'Compelling case' to change police widows' pensions rules

'Compelling case' to change police widows' pensions rules

(27/02/15) Policing Minister Mike Penning says review around affordability of changes was now taking place.

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Public short changed by policing on the cheap

Public short changed by policing on the cheap

(26/02/15) Spin means 'customers' are not being told the truth about falling quality of police 'brand'.

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(25/02/15) NCA: 'Majority of confiscation debts won't be recovered' (24/02/15) Winsor: Inspections mean better policing for less money (24/02/15) 'Totemic tax cut a threat to Met's resilience' (18/02/15) Curbing stop and search 'will leave criminals laughing' (18/02/15) 'No data on whether HMIC inspections actually work' (16/02/15) Home Office approves draft NCA measures for NI (13/02/15) Law: Are officers allowed to criticise the Conservative Party? (13/02/15) Damian Green to speak in favour of police (12/02/15) Terrorists and child rapists lose right to early release (12/02/15) Austerity, assaults, terrorism and a taser roll-out (11/02/15) 'Unfair' Police Grant Report approved by parliament (10/02/15) Fed blasts 'political meddling' with stop and search (10/02/15) Bitter funding row as staff and officers axed (10/02/15) The 1883 anti-terror law still relevant today (09/02/15) 'Work more closely with communities on hate crime' (09/02/15) The Interview: Norman Baker (06/02/15) 'Supporting brave officers' psychological health is vital' (05/02/15) 'No journalist phone record checks without judge's approval' (05/02/15) Force considering ending consensual stop and search (05/02/15) NCA jurisdiction expansion 'within months' (04/02/15) 'Riot in another town could halt local policing' (04/02/15) 'Rail industry concerned by BTP Scotland plan' (03/02/15) 'Private policing on way if cuts not stopped' (02/02/15) Complaint figures show 'radical reform' needed
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