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<b><i><a href=https://www.gofundme.com/Oliversheartsurgery>Oliver Cameron and his mother<br>Lydia</b></i></a> An appeal for Oliver
The four-month-old son of a Thames Valley Police constable has been diagnosed with an extremely rare condition that could be treated in the US. Police Professional is asking readers to help the officer’s family raise the money that will pay for his urgent surgery.
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<b><i>Arfon Jones: 'The force were<br>aware I was unhappy'</b></i> PCC: Let fracking company ‘pay for their own security’
North Wales Police has stopped providing mutual aid after an intervention by the area’s anti-fracking police and crime commissioner (PCC).
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Officers cleared in force’s first fatal shooting
A father-of-three shot dead after firing on police and threatening suicide was lawfully killed, an inquest has concluded.
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<b><i>The Cycle Safety Team will<br>identify offences and pass<br>information to uniformed colleagues</b></i> Undercover officers to take London cycle safety up a gear
Plain-clothes officers will patrol London’s streets on bicycles as part of the Metropolitan Police Service’s (MPS) new plan to improve safety.
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<B><i>Trend: Reported sex offences</B></i> Sex offences on train 'more than double in five years'
The number of sexual offences on trains and tubes reported to forces in England, Scotland and Wales have more than doubled in five years, new data reveals.
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565 July 20 2017
In this week’s edition we have news that the UK’s three biggest unions have submitted a five per cent pay claim for police staff, a damning inspection report blames poor training for a “basic lack of knowledge” of disclosure of evidence laws, and the collapse because of disclosure failings of the UK’s most expensive police corruption trial has been blamed on human error. We have lots more news and features including coverage of the Police Federation of England and Wales’ 2017 bravery awards, we look into how British Transport Police incorporates evidence based policing into day-to-day activities, research from Japan shows human blood taken from mosquitos and other blood sucking insects can be used as viable evidence to link suspects to crime scenes. We also explore the challenges from illegal fishing, and as an inspection of forces’ response to modern slavery is due to be published, we look at the work being done nationally to assist forces combat the issue.
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<b><i>Dr Barak Ariel Platform for EBP
British Transport Police has led the way in incorporating evidence-based policing into day-to-day activities. Dr Barak Ariel told a recent University of Cambridge conference how the force was overcoming barriers to implementation.
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<b><i>Detective Chief Inspector Jenny<br>Bristow Responding to the call
As forces prepare for critical assessments of how they investigate modern slavery, officers and staff are rapidly building the service’s capability in this area following a call to arms by the Prime Minister. Police Professional visited the Modern Slavery Police Transformation Unit to find out more.
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<b><i>Giles Evans (centre), North East<br>regonal enforcement manger for the<br>Angling Trust, with Environment<br>Agency officers Kevin Summerson (left)<br>and Dave Shears Netting offenders
The environmental impact of illegal fishing can be immense particularly when conducted on an industrial scale. Police Professional reports on the challenges facing those charged with protecting the UK’s rivers from criminals.
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<b><i>Stereomicroscopic images of mosquito<br>species without and with blood<br>release at each time point (a)<br>without and (b) with release of<br>the blood meal Digesting the evidence
Investigators could find valuable biometrics when blood-sucking insects are present at a crime scene, according to recent research by Nagoya University.
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