The Week In ReviewTue 4th March to Mon 10th March
10/03/14 - Partner of sacked Cleveland chief Sean Price denies that behaviour was down to drink, claiming she had been assaulted. An ex-senior officer and wife of sacked former Cleveland chief Sean Price was arrested after a foul-mouthed tirade to hospital staff and officers, the police watchdog has revealed. A report from the Independent Po
10/03/14 - New housing development 'would put acute pressure' on officers and staff, commissioner says. An elected commissioner is going to court to challenge plans to build thousands of homes, claiming his force will struggle to provide policing to the new development. Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Sir Clive Lo
10/03/14 - End of high profile investigation weeded out malpractice and removed unfit individuals from office, says IPCC. A high-profile probe into the affairs of Cleveland Police had lifted the lid on “a medieval fiefdom” in which senior officers used the public purse for their own ends, investigators found. In publishing
- 05/03/14 - Direct entry will 'threaten officers' safety'
- 10/03/14 - Chief: 'We must not be complacent about historic allegations'
- 07/03/14 - Firearms officers fear IPCC 'out to get them'
- 06/03/14 - Home Secretary announces police corruption offence
- 10/03/14 - Sergeant dismissed for 'inappropriate' texts and emails
- 07/03/14 - Moving officers to new force 'doesn't stack up'
- 06/03/14 - IPCC: Officers 'should abide to civilian standards'
- 10/03/14 - Met needs 'political support' for diversity
- 09/03/14 - Forces commended for collaboration excellence
- 10/03/14 - On the run letters: 'Scheme is over'
- 06/03/14 - Corruption probe exposed senior leaders wrongdoing
- 08/03/14 - Recruitment: PCC implements strict social media monitoring
- 06/03/14 - Direct entry candidates will be 'easy to remove'
- 07/03/14 - Undercover officers 'had informal authority' for sexual relationships
- 05/03/14 - Sacked chief 'will not be prosecuted'
- 07/03/14 - AFOs' tribunal ruling: Force considers position
In a series of tips about how to use open source intelligence for crime investigations, Neil Smith explains how geo-location is an essential piece of software for social media probes. Going alphabetically from the favorites page of our website at
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