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Showing Stories from 19th November 2014 to 24th February 2016
'Police forced to rob Peter to pay Paul'

'Police forced to rob Peter to pay Paul'

(24/02/16) Independent Police and Crime Commissioner candidate Mike Pannett says 19,000 police officers are not coming back.

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(10/02/16) Fraud taskforce will help tackle sophisticated criminals (10/02/16) Taskforce launched to tackle crime that 'shames financial system' (20/01/16) Fears over Home Office plan to give volunteers more powers (10/12/15) 'Look out chief, she's behind you' (10/12/15) PCC invites Home Secretary to ride along with officers (05/11/15) The myth of 'radical' police reform (22/10/15) Increasing diversity in police 'is not optional extra' says Home Secretary (07/10/15) Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe to be offered new contract? (28/09/15) Fallen officers remembered during annual memorial
This isn't scaremongering Home Secretary, this is far more frightening

This isn't scaremongering Home Secretary, this is far more frightening

(24/09/15) PoliceOracle.com editor Martin Buhagiar says the actions of officers are speaking louder than the Home Secretary's words.

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(07/09/15) Government needs 'radical rethink' over public service funding (12/08/15) IPCC 'set to change name and structure' (23/07/15) Home Secretary to announce review into deaths in custody (01/06/15) Force introduces new targets despite government crackdown (18/02/15) Curbing stop and search 'will leave criminals laughing' (12/01/15) 'Naive' Home Secretary defends force funding (12/01/15) The Interview: Stephen Greenhalgh (09/01/15) Terrorism: Officers risking own safety every day (17/12/14) Mentally ill teens 'should never be held in custody' (09/12/14) Leaders 'finally speaking out on cuts' (09/12/14) Leaders 'finally speaking out on cuts' (08/12/14) Boris: 'Theresa might not make water cannon decision' (25/11/14) New terrorism legislation outlined (24/11/14) 'Stop lone attackers with new anti-terror law' (21/11/14) To crime or not to crime? (20/11/14) Former whistleblower welcomes new Home Office plan (19/11/14) Officer disciplinaries to be 'out of police control'
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