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Showing Stories from 25th May 2019 to 10th October 2019
(10/10/19) Police bail and RUI: A public inquiry waiting to happen (09/10/19) Advertorial: Disclosure for a digital age
The graduate officers of the future

The graduate officers of the future

(08/10/19) Richard Hester argues that far from churning out 'snowflake' police officers, the degree qualification prepares them for what has become an increasingly complex role.

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(07/10/19) Wellbeing week: When the script isn't enough (27/09/19) Mind the gap: corruption is not just about abuse of position for sex (25/09/19) Call back is a good fall back (24/09/19) Artificial Intelligence: threats and opportunities (19/09/19) Police suicides: the slow progress towards better occupational health (12/09/19) The rights of children whose parents are sent to prison (11/09/19) Comment: Policing review welcomed but how much can it achieve? (10/09/19) ADVERTORIAL: Rescue drone seminar new feature in emergency services event (07/09/19) E-scooter legal limbo set to continue (06/09/19) Support for senior officers must improve, says HM Inspector (06/09/19) The search for leadership – report shows the system is broken (20/08/19) Advertorial: The case for better technology and wellbeing
Modern surveillance – how 5G will make an instant impact in the sector

Modern surveillance – how 5G will make an instant impact in the sector

(28/07/19) Head of BT Surveillance, Brian Jackson, discusses the 'gamechanging' power 5G technology will bring to law enforcement as it continues to be rolled out in the UK.

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(23/07/19) Let's get the right changes to tighten firearms licensing (17/07/19) Advertorial: Get Equipped for the Future of Policing (17/07/19) Advertorial: Leading the Digital Revolution (02/07/19) Missed Opportunities (02/07/19) Academics should look at the problems in their own back yard (25/06/19) Securing Public Places (20/06/19) Family ties 'utterly indispensable' for women offenders (20/06/19) Modernising offender healthcare (20/06/19) Advertorial: Investigating County Lines
Forces turn to biometric authentication as the final frontier in public safety

Forces turn to biometric authentication as the final frontier in public safety

(08/06/19) Jason Tooley, Chief Revenue Officer at Veridium and board member at techUK, comments on the surge of biometric use within police forces across the country.

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(07/06/19) Dump Trump - A day out in central London (03/06/19) Common Threads (02/06/19) Driving data into the DNA of policing
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