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Showing Stories from 3rd March 2017 to 10th October 2017
Sunset for the IRA?

Sunset for the IRA?

(10/10/17) Dr Dave Sloggett looks at the situation in Northern Ireland and asks is the end in sight for dissident republicanism in Northern Ireland.

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(04/10/17) Police leaders must look at grievance management processes (29/09/17) Live streaming body-worn cameras: essential for officer safety (26/09/17) Low Cost Terrorism: A way to fracture societies? (19/09/17) The Year of the Lone Wolf?
'Leaving the force? I have no regrets'

'Leaving the force? I have no regrets'

(15/09/17) A former Detective Constable from the City of London Police, 39, left the force in November 2013 after 15 years of service.

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(13/09/17) Has the Conservative policing strategy failed?
Let officers pursue criminals without living in fear of being pursued themselves

Let officers pursue criminals without living in fear of being pursued themselves

(07/09/17) Police Oracle editor Martin Buhagiar says a case highlighted this week illustrates why current legislation leaves police drivers vulnerable.

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(01/09/17) Will statistics paint an accurate picture of frontline of policing? (21/08/17) Bedlam in Barcelona (03/08/17) Context would tackle the fake news around 'police use of force' (11/07/17) Home Secretary: 'Bravery awards a celebration of selfless heroism' (06/07/17) 'Reducing our number of firearms officers must be considered unacceptable' (28/06/17) Can sharing information take away the strain? (13/06/17) Theresa May's PCC policy has been dealt a huge blow (29/05/17) Pattern of Arrests (23/05/17) The horror in Manchester: A reflection on terror tactics (15/05/17) What type of neighbourhood policing does your force have? (10/05/17) Working together to smash the stigma of mental illness (19/04/17) Where now for so many unfinished policing issues? (18/04/17) 'I'd rather be punched in the face than spat at' (11/04/17) Sara Thornton: 'Post-incident procedure must reflect support our officers deserve' (07/04/17) Rank Injustice (05/04/17) Post tragedy criticism of open gates and daffodils (30/03/17) Severe Utility? (26/03/17) Why we must do more to intervene early with women at the point of arrest (23/03/17) Lack of funding is making officers ill (08/03/17) As neighbourhood policing is eroded the government tells us 'not to be alarmed' about terrorism (03/03/17) Cressida Dick is the right person to take on the Met's unique challenges
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