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Showing Stories from 15th April 2019 to 13th August 2019
(13/08/19) Long-term commitment to fund tackling violent crime a 'priority', claim PCCs (08/08/19) Sharp rise in knife possession offences among women and girls (02/08/19) COPS 'very hopeful' annual cycle ride to break fundraising record (01/08/19) Justice Secretary argues for 'reputations to protect' in sex crime cases (31/07/19) Met to review 'where we go from here' on fallout report from Operation Midland (30/07/19) Police should be probed over Carl Beech investigation, says ex-High Court judge (26/07/19) Fantasist who duped police and 'abused justice system on unprecedented scale' jailed
Labour blasts Theresa May for 'breaking promise on austerity' in new police pay award

Labour blasts Theresa May for 'breaking promise on austerity' in new police pay award

(23/07/19) Chancellor hands 'hard-working' PCs extra £978 a year as almost a million public-sector workers get above-inflation rises.

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(19/07/19) Holding up for a hero as PC lifts 2019 title for 'bravest of the brave' (18/07/19) Officers step up in 'greatest showcase of outstanding courage' (02/07/19) Eleven officers attacked over one weekend and hundreds detained (23/06/19) Cycleogical 24-hour tour going the distance for treatment centres (23/06/19) British Police cricket vice captain misses showcase tour (21/06/19) 'I am suing the Met for £1m over absurdities of Operation Midland' (14/06/19) 'Police must accept prevention and not conviction is route to stopping online explosion of child sex abuse images' (10/06/19) Novichok may be causing officers to take more sick days
PC degree courses are a 'mistake in the making', federation warns

PC degree courses are a 'mistake in the making', federation warns

(06/06/19) West Yorkshire announces plans to put 300 new recruits back in the classroom.

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(04/06/19) Author writes new chapter for policing in taking 'direct' route to chief officer level (30/05/19) 'Over-stretched forces mean more offenders getting away with it' (22/05/19) Signing up to police learning programme that 'professionalises the professionals' (15/05/19) Ill-fated probe launched on 'extraordinary tale' and some claims that were 'totally unfounded' (09/05/19) Mike Barton on the highs and lows of policing
Peel reveals blurring of lines of responsibility 'damaging' the ever-thinning blue line

Peel reveals blurring of lines of responsibility 'damaging' the ever-thinning blue line

(02/05/19) Response, investigation and neighbourhood roles becoming less distinct as 'underqualified' officers carry out detective work.

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(29/04/19) Six of the best for marathon man PC (28/04/19) London Bridge hero: Today's marathon run is for the human race (28/04/19) Officer plans to 'run riot' in new world record bid (27/04/19) Anti-facial recognition lobbyists 'spinning the facts' (25/04/19) Record amounts of online child abuse content removed thanks to new tech, says watchdog report (15/04/19) Teenagers being recruited by criminals on video games, chiefs warn
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