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Five anti-terror arrests as 'precautionary' bomb disposal team dispatched in city centre
Anti-terrorism police have made five arrests as bomb disposal teams were called into Birmingham city centre.
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<b> <I>Burkini police: Beach controversy</B> </i> Top court sets legal precedent as police beach 'pressure' sparks global debate on burkini ban
International outrage has forced France's top judges to suspend a ban on full-body 'burkini' swimsuits after armed police in Nice ordered a woman to undress or leave the beach.
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<b><i>Mark Lindsay: If management<br>accepts these cuts the service will<br>be unable to cope with demand</b></i> Federation warns of ‘looming crisis’ as force considers £40 million budget cut
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) could face more “savage” cuts next year as Chief Constable George Hamilton has been asked to slash its budget by another six per cent.
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Joint study puts a figure on fraud's links to organised crime
Fraud is being portrayed as the new "volume crime" after new research estimates its link to organised criminal activity is three times higher than previously thought.
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‘Brexit impact’ team set up as Police Scotland asked to help others with hate crime surge
Police Scotland has established a team to help it prepare for the world post-Brexit as other UK forces ask it for advice in dealing with a referendum-related spike in hate crimes.
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520 August 25, 2016
In this week’s edition we have news of controversial data interception powers being given the green light, a crackdown on Islamic radicalisation in prisons, a defence of chief officers' pay packets and how one police officer was the sole British representative in an Olympic final.

We have lots more news this week, and features include a look at the impact of body-worn video on officers’ behaviour, a chief constable explains how the public must play a bigger part in public service and policing as he sets out his commitment to 'transform and innovate', a unique insight to gang life in London, an examination of ways 3D printing can benefit policing and a study of how a 100-year-old murder helped convict a second killer just this month.

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Creative production
When it comes to convincing a jury, two dimensional data can be limiting. Police Professional looks at the use of 3D printing in the presentation and discovery of evidence.
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Observing behaviour
The roll-out of body-worn video cameras continues as the benefits appear conclusive. However, research is showing the way they are used can have a profound effect on officer actions and their subjects’ reactions.
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A century of certainty
Judges have decided that previous or similar behaviour can be taken as evidence of serial murder, despite the legal precedence being more than 100 years old.
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Online help to spot signs of radicalisation and abuse
A new ‘protecting the vulnerable’ module has been added to Hertfordshire’s online crime advice and education portal, Citizens’ Academy.
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