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Courts can get tough on police attackers, Council advises

Courts have been urged to set tougher tariffs for assaults on police officers using existing rules.

Research has shown that sentencing for police assaults is too lenient under the new Act

Research has shown that sentencing for police assaults is too lenient under the new Act

Date - 16th September 2019
By - Chris Smith
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New rules for sentences related to assaults on police officers are likely to take months to be finalised while a consultation process is held on tariffs for offences under the Assaults on Emergency Workers Act (2018). The Sentencing Council said...
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