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Showing Stories from 25th February 2021 to 15th April 2021
Government hires private contractor for overseas quarantine visits

Government hires private contractor for overseas quarantine visits

(15/04/21) The government has launched a service to carry out visits on people ordered to quarantine following international travel, a job previously left to police forces.

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Undercover policing inquiry could cost £100 million Peers told

Undercover policing inquiry could cost £100 million Peers told

(14/04/21) Costs so far total £36 million but figure excludes police forces' costs.

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NPAS defends £10m fixed-wing aircraft procurement

NPAS defends £10m fixed-wing aircraft procurement

(14/04/21) Four fixed-wing aircraft have been deployed to 1,300 incidents since January 2020.

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(13/04/21) NCA starts fourth organised crime partnership with Merseyside (08/04/21) Home Office appoints cyber expert as new head of Homeland Security (07/04/21) Study on benefit of burglar alarms awarded Home Office grant (01/04/21) Hospitals treated 11 stabbing victims each day last year (30/03/21) Comment: did we need a vigil review? (30/03/21) Met 'acted appropriately' at Everard vigil, says HMICFRS review (26/03/21) Facebook apps 'used in more than half of online child sex crimes' (24/03/21) Met 'disregarded local leadership' over vigil planning, says organiser (23/03/21) Pilot bids invited for digital proof-of-age identification scheme (22/03/21) Modern slavery in modern Britain (22/03/21) PC Harper's widow marks what would have been husband's 30th (19/03/21) Warwickshire signs £2m a year deal to secure forensic services (18/03/21) Home Affairs committee invites evidence for new inquiry into vigils (17/03/21) Stalking offences enabled by increase in hacking and spyware (16/03/21) Reform of PCC role will make chief dismissal process 'transparent' (15/03/21) Politicians criticised for hypocrisy over response to policing of vigil (15/03/21) Four arrests does not constitute brutal or insensitive policing (15/03/21) Reviews ordered after vigil arrests but PM backs Met Commissioner (12/03/21) PAC warns on "staggering" cost of border security tech failures (11/03/21) Reset public order tactics to catch up with new protestors says HMI (10/03/21) Home Office appoints Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner (10/03/21) Home Office get crime prevention training as part of Safer Streets (09/03/21) Kit Malthouse: we have kept our promise to back the police (08/03/21) Police Bill: new powers to tackle knife offenders and disruptive protests (02/03/21) ESN "still has a long way to go" says new programme chief (25/02/21) Police Covenant 'not worth the paper it is written on' says Met Federation
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