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Showing Stories from 26th April 2021 to 12th July 2021
(12/07/21) Training: outsourcing digital learning for senior staff
Life after the job: 'I know I'm one of the lucky few'

Life after the job: 'I know I'm one of the lucky few'

(08/07/21) Like many officers after 30 years' service, Andy Labrum was struggling to figure out how to translate his skills and experience to a new role. In the first of a new regular column he explains how he got there and what inspired him to help other officers in a similar position.

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(05/07/21) Advertorial: CLOUD CAD
Technology & legal: dealing with pre-charge disclosure

Technology & legal: dealing with pre-charge disclosure

(02/07/21) Humberside have developed a digital process to guide inexperienced officers through major changes to the disclosure system.

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(01/07/21) Interview: Debbie Tedds Warwickshire's new chief (30/06/21) The kids are alright (23/06/21) The reunification of the probation service: how it will work (17/06/21) Advertorial: Supporting Cumbria and Durham to modernise (17/06/21) Advertorial: How Cellebrite Pathfinder is helping agencies to solve cases faster (07/06/21) How technology is helping police G7 (06/06/21) The Brief: challenging Police Appeals Tribunals rulings (04/06/21) A force to be reckoned with (29/05/21) The invasion of Westfield
Listening to the voices of Bow Street

Listening to the voices of Bow Street

(27/05/21) The officers who served in one of the UK's most iconic police stations are the stars of a new police museum writes Gary Mason.

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(26/05/21) Intelligence: expanding access to the law enforcement data lake (26/05/21) A weekend's public order well done by London's police (21/05/21) What's with all the missing kids? (21/05/21) The Brief: duty to call witnesses and warnings for racist words (18/05/21) Digitally enabled policing: going the extra mile (17/05/21) 'You wouldn't let an officer go to a violent job without a stab-proof vest' (16/05/21) Safety, disorder and protesters protecting police (14/05/21) Northants Interceptors: The shift to proactive policing (10/05/21) The Brief: London Allowance due in full during maternity leave (05/05/21) Crime prevention: a new blueprint for success (04/05/21) Kill the Bill protest: Insults, music but no disorder (30/04/21) Mentoring and peer mentoring in criminal justice (28/04/21) Signing off: A life less ordinary on the frontline (27/04/21) Advertorial: How Cellebrite Pathfinder is helping agencies to solve cases faster (26/04/21) A large, well-attended peaceful protest until…..
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