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Showing Stories from 18th March 2020 to 13th July 2021
Illegal firearms importers set to face 28 year jail terms

Illegal firearms importers set to face 28 year jail terms

(16/06/21) Offenders found guilty of importing illegal firearms could be jailed for up to 28 years under new proposals.

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(09/06/21) Burglary tariff overhaul to include art theft and keyless cars (28/05/21) Violent offenders face longer sentences after legal overhaul (20/05/21) Law on unauthorised encampments 'puts police in difficult position'
RUI arrangements will still be retained for

RUI arrangements will still be retained for "exceptional cases"

(18/05/21) Home Office and MoJ also explain details of "modest reset" of police public order powers.

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(29/04/21) New MAPPA category for domestic abuse not included in Act
Ministers challenge domestic abuse cases being subject to MAPPA

Ministers challenge domestic abuse cases being subject to MAPPA

(15/04/21) Lords amendment would place culprits on the violent and sex offender register and be subject to multi-agency monitoring.

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(22/03/21) The Brief: rejection of Novlett Williams appeal (27/01/21) Courts get new powers over synthetic drug dealing tariffs (14/01/21) Bail extension decisions moved from superintendents to inspectors (12/01/21) Force will need 'further consultation' on new domestic abuse notices (31/12/20) Updated code for prosecutions and police published by CPS (29/12/20) Direct access to crime databases lost but UK to be given 'special status' (09/12/20) Firearms laws overhauled to counter converted guns (27/09/20) Fast-changing virus laws confusing and "error strewn", warns lawyer (24/09/20) CHIS law to provide 'clear statutory basis' for undercover activity (14/09/20) The Brief: Unlawful killing, causation and the police (19/08/20) PCN enforcement powers to be given to all councils by DoT (11/08/20) Appeal court rules that use of LFR breached privacy and data protection (15/07/20) Covert stings by paedophile hunter groups 'do not breach human rights' (13/07/20) Home Office seeks to make membership of neo-Nazi group illegal (07/07/20) The Brief: notable decisions V (01/07/20) DoT to start trials of E-Scooters (09/06/20) Border police get new Schedule 3 powers to question suspected spies (01/06/20) No overnight stays rule enshrined in new pandemic legislation (05/05/20) Fraud case redefines the legal test for 'dishonesty' in criminal law (03/04/20) BTP admits prosecution mistake relating to Coronavirus Act legislation (26/03/20) Deliberate coughing will be treated as an assault says CPS (18/03/20) The Brief: Anonymity in the spotlight
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