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Showing Stories from 6th May 2020 to 5th June 2020
No separate Track and Trace system for police, says NPCC

No separate Track and Trace system for police, says NPCC

(05/06/20) The government has said police officers will have to abide by the requirements of the NHS Test and Trace system after reports of forces planning their own separate system due to security concerns.

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(04/06/20) Make roads policing a priority to cut fatalities, says parliamentary report (03/06/20) Met plays down claims of BAME bias in lockdown FPNs (03/06/20) End UK supply of riot equipment to US police, says Labour
Spending Review must find cash to tackle online fraud, MPs told

Spending Review must find cash to tackle online fraud, MPs told

(03/06/20) The Whitehall spending review must devote more resources to the fight against fraud, according to two national senior officers leading enforcement work.

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(01/06/20) Enforcement drops against people breaking lockdown (29/05/20) No guidance on policing funerals during lockdown, says PSNI's ACC
Mayor's office confirms LFB charge 'exemption' in Fed row

Mayor's office confirms LFB charge 'exemption' in Fed row

(28/05/20) Fire brigade reclaim policy document confirms that police officers are only 999 service not to be exempt from the congestion charge during the pandemic.

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(28/05/20) Durham to take no further action against PM's aide (28/05/20) Enforcement against modern slavery needs more resources, charity warns (21/05/20) Covenant must be enshrined in law Federation tells ministers (21/05/20) Ministers launch bid to help 'hidden harm' victims (20/05/20) Met Fed chair calls congestion charge for officers 'slap in the face' (19/05/20) 'Sobriety tags' come into force to monitor offenders' alcohol intake (19/05/20) Assaulted officers to receive money from offenders' benefits in Scotland (18/05/20) Oscar Kilo urges force managers to focus on mental health (16/05/20) Federation calls on government to address detectives shortage (15/05/20) Federation launches compensation claim over pension changes (15/05/20) Low enforcement numbers show strategy is working, says NPCC (13/05/20) Disinformation Unit and forces monitor threats of civil disorder (13/05/20) Scottish Government announces testing for asymptomatic officers (13/05/20) Pay freeze for public sector would be a "betrayal", says John Apter (11/05/20) New guidelines could be 'unenforceable' Fed leaders warn (11/05/20) Non-symptomatic officers should be tested 'as part of chief-led policy' (10/05/20) Policing lockdown 'impossible' without clarity PM warned (08/05/20) Lockdown change could impact on police PPE supplies, ministers warned (07/05/20) Public services should not take hit after pandemic, says GMP Fed Chair (06/05/20) Retention of experienced officers is a priority, Home Office says (06/05/20) No surge in domestic abuse reports to police, says NPCC
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