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Showing Stories from 15th December 2013 to 27th April 2020
DC uses 150-year-old law and new forensic technique in attack case

DC uses 150-year-old law and new forensic technique in attack case

(22/04/20) DC attached to Prison Investigation Team helps achieve maximum sentence for man who threw urine at female prison officer.

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(24/03/20) New legislation will help police and trading standards enforce closures (12/03/20) What did the budget say about criminal justice?
Recording of all search warrant hearings recommended by IOPC

Recording of all search warrant hearings recommended by IOPC

(06/03/20) New guidelines on search powers, disclosure and seizure of property published by College of Policing.

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Our friends in the north

Our friends in the north

(03/03/20) The UK will not be remaining in the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) system preferring to replicate similar arrangements to Norway and Iceland in its negotiations with the EU. But what does this mean?.

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(05/02/20) New legislation would give officers clearer power of arrest of fugitives (17/01/20) Child Sex Offender Disclosures more than double since 2011 (14/01/20) Online Harms Bill to be introduced into House of Lords (07/11/19) Modern slavery: why police organisations need to look internally (21/10/19) New legislation to give forces more powers to combat drones (18/10/19) Home Office report casts doubt on relaxed stop and search power (04/09/19) Awareness campaign 'vital' to control E-scooter use (18/02/19) Sinn Fein to meet PSNI over failure to reveal material on mass shooting (03/02/19) Force admits 'no one wants to see their mothers go prison' as it makes legal history (20/11/18) Serial sex attacker John Worboys to stay in prison (23/10/18) Veteran returns medal in protest over Troubles investigation, MPs hear (17/07/18) Brexit campaigners break the law, Electoral Commission rules (22/06/18) Stringent new laws on sale of acid and knives online (19/06/18) 'Stop using facial recognition cameras or we'll see you in court' (29/12/15) New domestic abuse legislation applies from today (02/10/14) New ASB powers welcomed by senior officer (23/06/14) Fingerprint assumptions 'could lead to miscarriages of justice' (02/05/14) PSD quiz officer over alcohol licensing issue (29/04/14) Law change: Paedophiles 'to be treated like terrorists' (17/04/14) Law Q&A: Issues around CCTV (10/04/14) Chiefs 'must be more attuned to national threats' (03/04/14) Law Q&A: A question of common assault (28/01/14) PACE breaches: Super receives final written warning (15/12/13) Vulnerable victims 'can choose interviewers' gender'
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