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Showing Stories from 9th March 2021 to 16th May 2021
(16/05/21) Safety, disorder and protesters protecting police
Northants Interceptors: The shift to proactive policing

Northants Interceptors: The shift to proactive policing

(14/05/21) Northamptonshire Police are relaunching their fleet of Interceptors as eight months down the line their full potential as criminal hunters has still not yet been realised.

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(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
Signing off: A life less ordinary on the frontline

Signing off: A life less ordinary on the frontline

(28/04/21) She started as a Special and became the go-to officer for the Traveller community. As she retires, award-wining PC Julie Susel of Thames Valley shares why it's good to talk and her love of the job.

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(27/04/21) Advertorial: How Cellebrite Pathfinder is helping agencies to solve cases faster (26/04/21) A large, well-attended peaceful protest until….. (26/04/21) The Brief: a need for prompt service of expert evidence? (23/04/21) How effective are liaison and diversion schemes? (20/04/21) Another day, another protest (20/04/21) Unmasking stalking (15/04/21) Leading from the front (13/04/21) The Brief: duty to account for force (07/04/21) Opinion: A fresh model for 21st Century Policing (07/04/21) Advertorial: No1 CopperPot's Anniversary Competition! (06/04/21) Kill the Bill - but peacefully? (31/03/21) Advertorial: 90 minutes can change everything (29/03/21) Goodbye to all that: a PCC signs off (29/03/21) New laws and databases needed say dog theft campaigners (26/03/21) What's the future of PCCs? (23/03/21) Diversion schemes: listening to the police on what works (22/03/21) The Brief: rejection of Novlett Williams appeal (17/03/21) First at the door: how response officers are the 'backbone' of policing (17/03/21) Facial Recognition Technology: a force for good
Four arrests does not constitute brutal or insensitive policing

Four arrests does not constitute brutal or insensitive policing

(15/03/21) Selected social media clips appears to have prompted politicians to unfairly condemn the policing of Saturday's south London vigil says Chris Hobbs.

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(09/03/21) Lincolnshire's push for diversity (09/03/21) Kit Malthouse: we have kept our promise to back the police
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