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PCCs distance themselves from use of force lead's comments on taser

Individual Police and Crime Commissioners have entered a row over the IOPC's call for greater national scrutiny into the use of Tasers.

APCC chief executive Susannah Hancock has apologised for 'confusion'

APCC chief executive Susannah Hancock has apologised for 'confusion'

Date - 18th May 2020
By - Chris Smith and Chloe Livadeas
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The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners has distanced itself from comments by Dorset PCC Martyn Underhill, their lead on Use of Force who has called on the College of Policing and National Police Chiefs’ Council to review taser...
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