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Officers must stop accepting 'vile and disgusting attacks' as part of the job

Three times more likely to be bitten by humans than by dogs, survey reveals.

John Apter: Act of biting is 'vile, disgusting and animal-like behaviour'

John Apter: Act of biting is 'vile, disgusting and animal-like behaviour'

Date - 7th November 2018
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
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Chief constables have been urged to take personal responsibility for officers reporting every incident of violence against them as new statistics reveal policing’s front line are three times more likely to be bitten by humans than...
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