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Animal welfare campaigners celebrate Finn's Law part 2

Offenders who injure police dogs could face five-year jail terms now Finn's Law is fully on the statute book. • The tariff for offenders found guilty of harming a service animal has been increased from six months to five years. The Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill England and Wales

New body launched to enhance status of cyber investigators

New self-funding institute is outsourced under a contract with the College of Policing. • A new body that will provide formal recognition for investigators who are cyber crime specialists has been launched by the College of Policing and the Chartered Institute of Information Security (CIISec)

Voting begins but no Line of Duty bounce for PCCs

As voting begins in the delayed elections for Police and Crime Commissioners, research has found most of the public have no idea who they are voting for. • The election delayed for a year by the COVID-19 outbreak is finally under way but an opinion poll has revealed Police and Crime Commissioners

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