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Showing Stories from 11th April 2019 to 11th July 2019
Academics should look at the problems in their own back yard

Academics should look at the problems in their own back yard

(02/07/19) Former West Yorkshire sergeant-turned-lecturer, Dr Richard Heslop, discusses some of the worrying problems occurring on higher education campuses, and he cautions against assumptions that sending officers to study at university will lead to improvements in policing.

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(26/06/19) Revenge porn victims could get better protection in review of 'outdated' sexual abuse laws (20/06/19) Force trades places to prove show-stopping hit at national countryside event (20/06/19) Advertorial: Investigating County Lines (18/06/19) New unit adopts 'public health approach' to cutting violent crime (07/06/19) Viking coins seized by police could change course of England history
PC degree courses are a 'mistake in the making', federation warns

PC degree courses are a 'mistake in the making', federation warns

(06/06/19) West Yorkshire announces plans to put 300 new recruits back in the classroom.

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Disabled association demands review to end 'appalling statistics for badly let down police workforce'

Disabled association demands review to end 'appalling statistics for badly let down police workforce'

(05/06/19) World-first conference tells chiefs: Today we are where women were in policing 30 years ago.

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(05/06/19) Invest now or more officers will be stressed, reporting sick, injured on duty and end up leaving, conference told (04/06/19) Intensified powers making gang members 'consider leaving knives at home' (22/05/19) Signing up to police learning programme that 'professionalises the professionals' (15/05/19) Firms shying away from 'engaging' with law enforcement risk cyber crime attacks, conference told (14/05/19) MPs told to 'box clever' to beat knife crime and gang violence (08/05/19) 'Football can be an enormous force for good' (07/05/19) Home Office publishes self-help toolkit for police to tackle child exploitation (03/05/19) 'Stop and search cut violent deaths in London by a quarter' (02/05/19) 'Many public services do not understand autism well enough' (01/05/19) Force out to show public 'realities of working with forensics' (01/05/19) Forensic science 'has reached breaking point' (30/04/19) 'If we cannot handle 101 calls quickly, what is the point?' (25/04/19) UK-wide government campaign to 'end the misery of modern slavery' (23/04/19) Watchdog promises legacy to improve public confidence (15/04/19) Teenagers being recruited by criminals on video games, chiefs warn (15/04/19) Home Secretary vows to 'treat disease' of violence (15/04/19) Detective discovers way of 'forecasting where deadly knife attacks will occur' (14/04/19) Police use rugby as a tactic to engage teens (12/04/19) Hundreds of modern slavery reports shared with police from Safe Car Wash app (12/04/19) Policy change demand after damning menopause survey results (11/04/19) We must adapt like the criminal fraternity or face being left behind, departing chief warns
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