The Week In ReviewWed 16th July to Tue 22nd July
23/07/14 - Labour politicians call on Theresa May to go even further with her sweeping shake-up of the police. Theresa May's sweeping re-think of the entire police disciplinary system "just doesn't go far enough, "according to the Home Secretary's opposite number Yvette Cooper. On June 22 in Parliament Mrs May announced a
23/07/14 - National initiative is collating information from all police pursuits and using it to enhance policies for drivers. A national data system used to collect, collate and identify trends from all police pursuits is being used by chief officers to inform training and deployment. The system, which is being managed by the College of
23/07/14 - Close protection officers are deployed amid rising numbers of fatal RTCs in Northern Ireland. Officers from the Police Service of Northern Ireland Close Protection Unit have been deployed to roads policing duties in response to a rising number of deaths in collisions. The force has confirmed that 14 personnel have received specialis
- 23/07/14 - Final farewell to 'loyal and respected' PCC
- 23/07/14 - Latest roads policing digest published
- 21/07/14 - Frontline resolution 'used appropriately'
- 21/07/14 - Sacrifices of fallen officers remembered
- 21/07/14 - Woman bitten by police dog dies
- 22/07/14 - Chief: Policing must 'embrace digital era'
- 22/07/14 - Injured sergeant donates compensation payout to charity
- 22/07/14 - Officers' use of Taser should be 'robustly justified'
- 22/07/14 - Three forces risk becoming 'inviable' in future
- 22/07/14 - Federation policy board lets specials join
- 22/07/14 - IPCC 'cannot dictate police practice' over conferring
- 22/07/14 - Theresa May promises major overhaul to disciplinary process
- 22/07/14 - Custody: Deaths fall but resources questioned
- 23/07/14 - Body worn video: Crime and complaints down
- 23/07/14 - Force could withhold consultants' payment if performance falls
- 23/07/14 - 'Alpha male bias' bars career progression
David Pickover goes back to basics and examines the components that make up offences. Question I overheard some colleagues discussing "the elements of a crime". I did not take in everything they were saying about the topic. Can you summarise the matter? A
Officers who are denied time off during school holidays should be allowed to take their family away during term time without legal repercussions, writes Royston Martis. School’s out for summer. But will it be happy holidays for police officers and their families? Highly unlikely