The Week In ReviewThu 24th July to Wed 30th July
30/07/14 - Contentious Winsor proposal to test officers at key pay points has been amended and will not see formal exams, says staff association. A contentious proposal in the Winsor Review to introduce threshold testing at officers' key pay points has been settled with "a positive" outcome, Federation officials have said. Speaking
28/07/14 - Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following collision in the Larkfield area of Kent. A Kent Police officer remains in hospital in a serious condition after he was involved in a collision with a vehicle while he was on foot, his force has confirmed. A spokesman said the officer - based at Tonbridge Police Station - had been
28/07/14 - Investigation underway after target vehicle is involved in a collision with a Greater Manchester Police van. A Greater Manchester Police (GMP) officer remains in a serious condition in hospital in the wake of an eight-mile police pursuit which culminated with the target vehicle colliding with a force van. A spokeswoman confirmed that a
- 28/07/14 - Mobile phones 'will not be seized after every RTC'
- 29/07/14 - Scotland 'may develop independent chief officer training'
- 29/07/14 - Time 'is not right to give specials' Taser'
- 29/07/14 - Restorative justice: Labour's domestic violence claims 'wrong'
- 29/07/14 - High impact zone 'follows New York model'
- 29/07/14 - Deputy selected to temporarily lead force
- 29/07/14 - Super who lied on job applications jailed
- 29/07/14 - Force to 'confirm or deny undercover officers'
- 30/07/14 - Officers' fear 'coming out' will affect policing career
- 30/07/14 - Pay 'carve up' rumours slammed
- 30/07/14 - Custody: Concern over records and handovers
- 30/07/14 - New force tech 'a game changer'
- 30/07/14 - Neighbourhood policing 'facing an existential crisis'
- 30/07/14 - Officer charged with Azelle Rodney murder
- 30/07/14 - Police contact death probed
- 30/07/14 - Latest investigation digest published
In one of the most complicated investigations of its kind, Jasmin McDermott reports on how the meticulous and innovative approach of officers brought to an end years of disturbing child prostitution at the hands of two offenders. Trapped in a flat with blood pouring from her nose, a young teen
Two former officers set out the case for or against Scottish Independence. The future of Scotland hangs in the balance as the country approaches a referendum over whether or not to become independent on September 18. While the country already has devolved government when it comes to law and