The Week In ReviewFri 18th April to Thu 24th April
24/04/14 - Officer who won the right to return to his force following rape acquittal is suspended pending gross misconduct hearing, force confirms. An officer who was acquitted of rape and re-instated to his force after a Police Appeals Tribunal hearing has been immediately suspended pending a gross misconduct hearing. Nottinghamshire Police
22/04/14 - Those "who put their necks on the line" should have their remuneration package protected, says senior politician. Attacks on the terms and conditions of police officers by former reviewer "Tom Winsor, Home Secretary Theresa May or by anybody else are entirely unacceptable,” a senior politician has said. Scottish Ju
23/04/14 - Tribunal ruling that officers suffer indirect age discrimination prompts scores more to seek redress. An employment tribunal ruling determining that officers retired under Pension Regulation A19 had suffered discrimination is leading to scores of officers seeking compensation. Staff association officials said that the ruling in t
- 22/04/14 - Another chief rules out direct entry
- 24/04/14 - Officer vows to continue policing despite Parkinson's
- 24/04/14 - Road deaths increase: 'Show us cuts are not to blame'
- 22/04/14 - Federation Chair: Letter 'was written after worst week in career'
- 24/04/14 - NCA recruits aviation enthusiasts
- 24/04/14 - Taser increase prompts 'use of force' review
- 23/04/14 - 'Redundant' specials given crime scene training
- 23/04/14 - Met 'whistleblower' faces misconduct probe
- 22/04/14 - Jack the Ripper: Forensic developments promise investigation progress
- 21/04/14 - New device 'could be final word on pursuits'
- 23/04/14 - New deputy chief takes up role
- 24/04/14 - Obscene texts: Officer pleads guilty
- 22/04/14 - Police officers guilty of stealing
- 23/04/14 - Officer accused of tipping off drug dealers
- 23/04/14 - Northern Ireland proposals deny 'crime agency control'
- 23/04/14 - Federation: Leadership change is a 'catalyst for reform'
A vital role in policing is becoming tougher amid cuts to force budgets. Sarah Ingram reports. It is one of the toughest roles in policing. Offering immediate support to bereaved families during a period of great anxiety and grief – while simultaneously investigating and gath
Making money available for the unexpected is a prudent business practice, says Royston Martis. What price police officer overtime? For the past three years front line police officers have endured pay and increment freezes, increased pension contributions, a loss of Special Priority P