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As neighbourhood policing is eroded the government tells us 'not to be alarmed' about terrorism

As neighbourhood policing is eroded the government tells us 'not to be alarmed' about terrorism

(08/03/17) Encouraging the public to report terrorism concerns is all well and good, but that job would be easier if local policing wasn't being cut to the bone, says Ian Weinfass.

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Cressida Dick is the right person to take on the Met's unique challenges

Cressida Dick is the right person to take on the Met's unique challenges

(03/03/17) Former Met officer Chris Hobbs says the new Met Police Commissioner will have her 'officer's backs'.

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(10/02/17) Is the mental health dam in policing starting to crack? (31/01/17) Help us build a BluePrint for the future (26/01/17) Stepping down after 37 years in policing
BluePrint: Calling for a brighter future for our police officers

BluePrint: Calling for a brighter future for our police officers

(26/01/17) Police Oracle launches campaign calling on the government to fulfil its duty of protecting officers both in the job and when they have been forced out of the service due to physical injuries or mental trauma.

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(17/01/17) Our world has gone digital (12/01/17) Royston Martis: The time is right to ask officers about firearms (04/01/17) A second chance: Preparing for the new Emergency Services Network (30/12/16) Rewarding more junior ranked officers with the QPM (25/12/16) Home Secretary Amber Rudd's Christmas message (05/12/16) Are the police losing control of the streets? (21/11/16) What should we stop doing? (02/11/16) Dealing with DNA: Protecting future justice for victims (27/10/16) Reform of stop and search requires effective communication (26/10/16) Police ranks: A time for change? (25/10/16) Don't want to be placed in a spit hood? Don't spit at a police officer (21/09/16) Specials making their mark in professional standards department (15/09/16) Will today's new recruits be supported or hung out to dry? (29/08/16) Direct Entry for Chief Officers (23/08/16) Could we be left to rue cuts to rural firearms officers? (22/08/16) How can politicians who voted for police cuts complain that numbers have fallen? (18/08/16) Why global terrorism cannot be allowed to threaten community policing (10/08/16) Making faces: The development of composite images (03/08/16) Knowing how terrorism works is crucial (01/08/16) Proactive policing obliterated by austerity (28/07/16) Time for certainty of security (25/07/16) The changing world, not funding cuts, is the greatest test the police face (20/07/16) Blaming us is a crime
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