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'Discretionary' bravery at risk due to lack of support says chief

Officers who feel unsupported at work less likely to conduct high risk vehicle stops. • The debate about whether all front line officers should be equipped with tasers is as much about poor staff wellbeing as it is about having the right equipment to do the job, a chief constable has warne

Jail for car thief who ran over police officer after hijacking patrol vehicle

PC Gareth Phillips arrived at court on crutches for the sentencing hearing but left when recordings of the harrowing events were played. • A car thief who ran over a traffic officer leaving him with life-changing injuries after hijacking an unmarked patrol vehicle has been jailed for

Civil service chief plays down impartiality row

The head of the civil service has played down the row over the prime minister's controversial press call in West Yorkshire. • Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill said the press conference in which Boris Johnson made political comments while police recruits were standing behind him had created

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