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Showing Stories from 2nd March 2018 to 8th November 2018
(08/11/18) BTP heroes relive moment after meeting man they brought 'back to life' (08/11/18) Officers plead for united team to tackle hooligan resurgence 'once and for all' (07/11/18) Police initiative shows 'small talk can make all the difference' (31/10/18) Firearms digest out now (24/10/18) October roads policing digest out now (05/10/18) BTP: We're meeting the challenges posed by changing face of rail today (15/09/18) SFO head promises 'no hiding place' for world's most sophisticated criminals (04/09/18) Officers condemn 'horrific' attack on female inspector (27/08/18) City of London: We're banking on developing partnerships as 'cornerstone' to protect public (17/08/18) Scheme helps city workers spot the signs of domestic abuse (15/08/18) Public Order Digest out now (August) (08/08/18) 'Paws up for life' to first police dog on scene of Manchester Arena bombing (08/08/18) Handlers urge public to free up 999 for emergencies (02/08/18) Put an extra fiver on sale of kitchen knives to help tackle stabbings, says ex-judge (23/07/18) Joining forces to focus on rural crimewave (06/07/18) July firearms digest out now (05/07/18) Cryptocurrencies in firing line of new international crime-fighting force (01/06/18) Emergency Services Network plans could be put on hold (30/05/18) Public Order Digest out now (May)
Anti-fracking protests a 'huge strain' on officers

Anti-fracking protests a 'huge strain' on officers

(23/03/18) Personnel are skipping rest days to keep operation afloat.

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(14/03/18) Police Scotland to consider firearms applicants' social media (14/03/18) 'No evidence whatsoever' in support of Police Scotland firearms licence refusal (09/03/18) Problem solving court aims to break cycle of alcohol abuse (08/03/18) Rugby player ripped off Taser wires during hour-long wrestle with officers (07/03/18) Ruling on Britain First hate crime charges due (06/03/18) Traction for dangerous cyclists law campaign (06/03/18) Pressure mounts on Home Office to review Orgreave response
West Mercia Police refuses to apologise over assault of pensioners

West Mercia Police refuses to apologise over assault of pensioners

(06/03/18) The force has taken 'some learning' from the incident Chief Superintendent Charles Hill said.

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£1 million roads policing grant that 'disappeared' to be discussed

£1 million roads policing grant that 'disappeared' to be discussed

(02/03/18) The funding was handed over the government in 2015.

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