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Showing Stories from 11th April 2018 to 23rd May 2018
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Royal Wedding protected by drone-seizing devices

Royal Wedding protected by drone-seizing devices

(22/05/18) UAVs and aircraft were banned from flying over Windsor the weekend amid security fears.

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'No wonder the service is struggling to recruit firearms officers'

'No wonder the service is struggling to recruit firearms officers'

(18/05/18) Police service figures respond to the decision to bring gross misconduct case against officer who shot Jermaine Baker.

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(17/05/18) Elite firearms officers will be equipped with night vision and silencers (17/05/18) Officers 'trampling' over digital evidence, forensic experts warn (16/05/18) Facial recognition software wrong in more than 90 cent of cases
Chiefs to decide on special constable taser use

Chiefs to decide on special constable taser use

(16/05/18) Second decision will follow the green-light for probationers earlier this year.

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(15/05/18) Force told to alter 101 process after delayed search for missing man (13/05/18) Force scraps drones to make way for latest model (10/05/18) Forces spend £2.5 billion on goods, services and third parties (10/05/18) More than 2000 football fans wrongly picked out by facial recognition (09/05/18) Officers to spend more time on the beat with new integrated IT system (08/05/18) Force wins international forensic award for cracking 1984 murder case (08/05/18) Force driving forward with green fleet (07/05/18) Sweat drugs test negates need for full toxicology examinations (02/05/18) New tactic launched to protect businesses amid scourge of cyberattacks (29/04/18) Lift off for police drone school (27/04/18) Frontline officers set to receive BWV cameras (23/04/18) Cross border policing to improve: Third force joins merged national ANPR system (21/04/18) Drones trialled in city to hunt off-road criminals (20/04/18) Images of innocent people kept by police on 'make-do' computer systems (18/04/18) April forensics digest now available (18/04/18) Forensic firms could face ban over poor standards (16/04/18) Force set to equip all frontline officers with BWV (16/04/18) AI powered 'Robo-Lawyer' helps step up fight against economic crime (15/04/18) Collapsed forensics firm bailed out by forces finds buyer (12/04/18) Knife man who lashed out at officers jailed (11/04/18) Home Secretary finds £9million to fight 'dark web' (11/04/18) Victims could sue internet companies, says modern slavery lead
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