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UK's first regional cyber-security scheme launched
The UK’s first regional scheme to bring the police and government together with businesses and academia to share and report cyber-security information has been launched in the East Midlands.
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Views sought on domestic abuse law
The Home Office has launched a consultation seeking views on whether a new law should be created to offer better protection to domestic abuse victims.
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Concerns raised over accuracy of police crime data
Police recorded crime statistics in Scotland are to be reassessed as they do not comply with "several elements" of the UK Statistics Authority's (UKSA) Code of Practice, a report has concluded.
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Adrian Hanstock New DCC for BTP
The British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) has appointed a new deputy chief constable following the promotion of Paul Crowther to chief constable.
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PCC’s : “End means testing domestic abuse victims”
Three police and crime commissioners (PCC) from the North East have backed an online petition calling on government officials to stop the means testing of women who are trying to seek help after suffering domestic abuse.
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Crackdown on Hajj fraud
Two men have been arrested and £400,000 has been seized at two travel agencies in East London as part ongoing investigation into Hajj fraud.
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SDS officers won’t face criminal charges
Officers from the now defunct Special Demonstration Squad (SDS) of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) will not face criminal charges for entering into alleged sexual relationships while undercover, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has confirmed.
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Oxford street should be avoided says UAE
Areas of central London have been branded unsafe by the United Arab Emirates(UAE).
After a series of attacks on Emiratis visiting the capital, the UAE Foreign Ministry has warned tourists to stay away from “more dangerous” areas such as Oxford Street and Edgware Road due to the risk of pickpocketing.

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Victim support details revealed
Full details of the Government’s victim support funding have emerged
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New HQ for Police Scotland
Police Scotland is moving to a new administrative headquarters in east Glasgow.
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