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Custody: Concern over records and handovers

Custody: Concern over records and handovers

(30/07/14) Northumbria chief constable voices disappointment after HMIs find flaws in some of the force's systems.

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(29/07/14) High impact zone 'follows New York model' (28/07/14) Forces 'have made great strides with technology' (27/07/14) Mother: 'Officers saved my daughter's life' (25/07/14) Death after dog incident: IPCC investigating (25/07/14) Representation for detained children 'should be automatic' (24/07/14) Controversial Taser mode 'should continue to be an option' (23/07/14) Force moves to bolster roads policing unit (23/07/14) Body worn video: Crime and complaints down (22/07/14) Custody: Deaths fall but resources questioned (22/07/14) IPCC 'cannot dictate police practice' over conferring (22/07/14) Injured sergeant donates compensation payout to charity (21/07/14) Woman bitten by police dog dies
Police uniform 'restricting and injuring officers'

Police uniform 'restricting and injuring officers'

(21/07/14) Research reveals that half of officers feel ill-fitting and uncomfortable uniform hinders their ability to carry out operational duties.

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(21/07/14) Custody sergeant burnouts: Research continues (20/07/14) Detectives triumphant in international investigation (15/07/14) Police 'should not be punished for wanting holiday' (15/07/14) Police contact points 'used by a person per week' (15/07/14) Deaths in police custody at 10 year low (14/07/14) Advertisement feature: Preventing deaths in police care (14/07/14) Assaults on officers 'must be on HMIs radar' (13/07/14) Officers to participate in 190 mile memorial bike ride (11/07/14) Force 'cannot face another summer of violence' (11/07/14) Historic shooting: Met 'apologises unreservedly' (10/07/14) Officer safety, and the grim price of policing (10/07/14) Resilience, breaking points and the folly of mutual aid (10/07/14) Assaults on officers: Fed clashes with chief (10/07/14) Stress: Officers now at 'breaking point'
Officer reductions 'cannot be blamed for assaults rise'

Officer reductions 'cannot be blamed for assaults rise'

(09/07/14) No evidence that cuts and an increase in single crewing is the reason for escalating numbers of attacks, says ACPO officer.

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