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Showing Stories from 5th November 2012 to 27th September 2016
Officer defends actions after serial killer finally found guilty

Officer defends actions after serial killer finally found guilty

(21/09/16) Christopher Halliwell admitted murdering Becky Godden in 2011 but escaped justice because detective failed to caution him or offer him right to solicitor.

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Met's longest serving female officer celebrates 40 years in the service

Met's longest serving female officer celebrates 40 years in the service

(17/07/16) PC Karen Giles joined the force in 1976 and says she has no plans to retire.

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(16/12/15) Forces continue to flout guidance as children kept in custody overnight (08/07/15) Legal aid protests 'putting police in difficult position' (24/06/15) Children in custody 'routinely fingerprinted' without appropriate adult (18/12/14) 28-day restriction proposed for police bail (23/11/14) Police powers to be refreshed for 'modern day crime' (27/08/14) High Court fight could change PACE custody law (19/05/14) PACE breach super quits force (01/05/14) Officers face action for incorrect stop and search use (25/04/14) Force reviews PACE processes (13/03/14) Law Q&A: Watching the detention clock (27/02/14) Law Q&A: PACE and a medical condition (28/01/14) PACE breaches: Super receives final written warning (30/10/13) Home Office defends 'urgent' interview provisions
PACE changes: What you need to know

PACE changes: What you need to know

(24/10/13) PACE scholar Michael Zander looks at the changes taking affect in the next few days.

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(22/10/13) PACE changes approved by government (16/09/13) Shoplifting: Officers could lose entry powers (10/09/13) Detective Super 'should face gross misconduct action' (23/08/13) PACE change mooted after landmark ruling (22/08/13) 'Use new warrant templates now' (26/04/13) Youths in custody: Legislation 'unlawful' (14/11/12) PACE: Legal Challenge Over Detention (13/11/12) PACE 'Has Stood Test Of Time' - ACPO (05/11/12) PACE: New Guidance For Arrests At Stations
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