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Tag: HOME SECRETARY THERESA MAY

Showing Stories from 10th July 2012 to 24th November 2014
(24/11/14) New anti-terror laws needed to stop lone attackers
To crime or not to crime?

To crime or not to crime?

(21/11/14) Officer-turned-comedian Alfie Moore gives his view on the recent HMIC inspection into crime recording by the police.

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Former whistleblower welcomes new Home Office plan

Former whistleblower welcomes new Home Office plan

(20/11/14) Ex-PC James Patrick says that disciplinary proposals could help stop victimisation of those who expose wrongdoing within policing.

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Recorded crime 'measure of police demand not performance'

Recorded crime 'measure of police demand not performance'

(18/11/14) Senior officer argues statistics indicate demand placed on police resources as Home Secretary states new inspection regime will maintain pressure on forces to improve crime recording.

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(06/11/14) Review body to consider local variations in pay (20/10/14) Major elements of policing under review (17/10/14) Career break officers 'could return at higher rank' (13/10/14) Force's graduate recruitment scheme 'will promote diversity' (01/10/14) Further stop and search scrutiny promised (30/09/14) Theresa May promises data access law (29/09/14) Exceptional bravery of fallen officers honoured (11/09/14) Labour, and the allure of policing promises (20/08/14) New domestic abuse offence being considered (19/08/14) Police and crime commissioners: A voyage of discovery (15/08/14) Museum's water cannon rejected by Met (14/08/14) Revealed: Two year wait for water cannon authorisation (25/07/14) Direct entry: 'Realities have been exposed' (23/07/14) Home Sec's disciplinary reviews 'too little too late' (27/06/14) Undercover operations face further scrutiny (24/06/14) Specials honoured at awards ceremony (05/06/14) Serious crime bill 'will bolster police powers' (22/05/14) Home Sec speech: Fed official calls for apology (13/02/13) Home Secretary: Forces To Transfer Resources To IPCC (12/09/12) Home Sec Announces Direct Entry Consultation (11/09/12) Police Morale Is A Real Issue, Home Sec Warned (08/09/12) G4S Security Fiasco To Be Probed (04/09/12) Home Sec Clarifies Privatisation Position (10/07/12) PC Ian Dibell: 'Policing Was In His Blood'
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