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NPCC defends lockdown data delays after row over BAME enforcement

The police chiefs' leader has defended how police forces have handled COVID-19 enforcement against BAME people and the use of stop-and-search. NPCC Chair Martin Hewitt rejected claims by MPs that forces had made "basic, insensitive errors".

Shocked: Home Affairs Select Committee chair Yvette Cooper

Shocked: Home Affairs Select Committee chair Yvette Cooper

Date - 24th June 2020
By - Chris Smith
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The National Police Chiefs’ Council has handed over its data on lockdown enforcement to central government analysts after admitted errors had been made in interpreting the ethnicity of people given fixed penalty notices or were arrested. But...
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