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Showing Stories from 5th November 2012 to 27th September 2016
(27/09/16) Force hits out at 'speculation' double killer could have more victims
Met's longest serving female officer celebrates 40 years in the service

Met's longest serving female officer celebrates 40 years in the service

(17/07/16) PC Karen Giles joined the force in 1976 and says she has no plans to retire.

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(16/12/15) Forces continue to flout guidance as children kept in custody overnight (08/07/15) Legal aid protests 'putting police in difficult position' (24/06/15) Children in custody 'routinely fingerprinted' without appropriate adult (18/12/14) 28-day restriction proposed for police bail (23/11/14) Police powers to be refreshed for 'modern day crime' (27/08/14) High Court fight could change PACE custody law (19/05/14) PACE breach super quits force (01/05/14) Officers face action for incorrect stop and search use (25/04/14) Force reviews PACE processes (13/03/14) Law Q&A: Watching the detention clock (27/02/14) Law Q&A: PACE and a medical condition (28/01/14) PACE breaches: Super receives final written warning (30/10/13) Home Office defends 'urgent' interview provisions
PACE changes: What you need to know

PACE changes: What you need to know

(24/10/13) PACE scholar Michael Zander looks at the changes taking affect in the next few days.

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(22/10/13) PACE changes approved by government (16/09/13) Shoplifting: Officers could lose entry powers (10/09/13) Detective Super 'should face gross misconduct action' (23/08/13) PACE change mooted after landmark ruling (22/08/13) 'Use new warrant templates now' (26/04/13) Youths in custody: Legislation 'unlawful' (14/11/12) PACE: Legal Challenge Over Detention (13/11/12) PACE 'Has Stood Test Of Time' - ACPO
PACE: New Guidance For Arrests At Stations

PACE: New Guidance For Arrests At Stations

(05/11/12) Arrest of suspects attending police stations voluntarily is the subject of important new guidance.

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