The Week In ReviewFri 11th April to Thu 17th April
17/04/14 - Assistant chief returns to his roots to take second-in-command position at West Mercia Police. An assistant chief from Avon & Somerset Constabulary has spoken of his delight after it was confirmed that he is returning to his roots as the deputy in West Mercia Police. Anthony Bangham (pictured) was chosen in a recruitmen
17/04/14 - Union official says that civilian personnel must back pay claim campaign for a £500 salary increase to instigate changes to pay. Police staff have been told they must actively resist poor pay offers being put forward by their employers as a public sector union embarks on a drive to promote more generous remuneration. Uniso
16/04/14 - Allowing police professionals to take children out of school would be unfair to other emergency service professionals, says Fed officials. Officers should not have special rights to take their children out of school for term-time holidays as it would be unfair to others in the emergency services, it has been claimed. Jim Mall
- 17/04/14 - NCA weak spot 'at mercy of criminals'
- 15/04/14 - Target culture 'is leading to officer losses'
- 17/04/14 - Chief: Fed 'must report contentious expenditure'
- 16/04/14 - Police Federation crisis has 'united members'
- 14/04/14 - Professionals will close 'dark places' for deviant officers
- 16/04/14 - Officer suspended following Taser threat
- 17/04/14 - Pursuits: National register to be published
- 17/04/14 - Man jailed for seriously injuring officer
- 15/04/14 - Deputy 'to become first chief for two years'
- 15/04/14 - Drink-drive PC: Career hangs in balance
- 16/04/14 - Chief concerned at 'unfortunate' investigation appointment
- 16/04/14 - Fed voices anger over baton strike payout
- 15/04/14 - Tributes following Federation official's death
- 17/04/14 - Online training launched for major incident response
- 16/04/14 - Crime statistics 'are not the final word in policing'
- 14/04/14 - Officer dies following truck collision
Professor Michael Zander ponders a question about a suspect who is caught on camera. Question A person is captured on CCTV at the scene of the crime. The CCTV shows the date and the time. The person is identified by an officer and is arrested. On being questioned he a
Royston Martis reflects on a law enforcement landscape that has changed out of all recognition since he started writing for PoliceOracle.com. This week, this esteemed PoliceOracle.com column celebrates its second anniversary. Time flies, doesn't it? As regular readers wi