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The horror in Manchester: A reflection on terror tactics

The horror in Manchester: A reflection on terror tactics

(23/05/17) Dr Dave Sloggett reflects on events in Manchester and asks if this is a tipping point in the tactics used by contemporary terrorist groups.

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(23/05/17) The hardest yards (15/05/17) What type of neighbourhood policing does your force have? (11/05/17) Advertorial: Understanding competency-based Assessment (10/05/17) Working together to smash the stigma of mental illness (27/04/17) Advertorial: 'B' the best you can be (23/04/17) A shock to the system
Where now for so many unfinished policing issues?

Where now for so many unfinished policing issues?

(19/04/17) Yes, policing has seen stability in this parliament – if your idea of stability is to be left constantly questioning what is going to happen and when things are going to get done, writes Ian Weinfass.

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(19/04/17) Breaking point? Terrorism and the emergency services (18/04/17) 'I'd rather be punched in the face than spat at' (18/04/17) Has officer discretion been lost? (17/04/17) Borderline decisions: Airports and terrorism (12/04/17) Digital investigation techniques which helped solve a murder (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 (31/03/17) Police degrees: The debate (30/03/17) Severe Utility? (26/03/17) Why we must do more to intervene early with women at the point of arrest
Lack of funding is making officers ill

Lack of funding is making officers ill

(23/03/17) Royston Martis says the service needs investment and officers need support.

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(21/03/17) Detective casebook: A 15-year-old's murderer had confessed but an extra charge was needed (15/03/17) 'A special place for special people' (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 (28/02/17) A Journey to Paradise? The important question about a British suicide bomber (27/02/17) Social engineering: Painting a picture for responders via mobile devices (24/02/17) Mind the gap: Obstacles in developing the new emergency services network (22/02/17) The three elements leaving us vulnerable to terrorism (13/02/17) If Diane wants evidence for spit guards I am happy to oblige...
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