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<b><i>Henry Hicks died on December<br>19, 2014 after colliding with a<br>stationary car Officers ‘not in pursuit’ are cleared of moped death
Four police officers have been found not guilty of gross misconduct over the death of Henry Hicks who crashed his moped attempting to evade arrest.
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<b><i>David Jamieson: 'Staff and PCSOs<br>play a hugely important role'</b></i> PCC breaks pay cap to reward PCSOs and staff
Police community support officers (PCSOs) and staff in the West Midlands will receive a pay rise in line with their police officer colleagues if the public backs another rise in the precept.
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<b><i>Chris Bryant: 'It is incomprehensible<br>how when somebody comes to<br>save your life, they could be<br>physically attacked' MPs line up to support the Protect the Protectors Bill
The Assaults against Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill has unanimously passed its second reading and will now go to the committee stage.
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<b><i>Michael Lockwood: 'This is an<br>important time for the organisation'</b></i> Lead appointed for IPCC’s successor
The first director general has been appointed to lead the organisation that will replace the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
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<b><i>Iain Spittal: 'The legacy I leave<br>hopefully creates the best possible<br>platform for further improvements'</b></i> Retiring chief constable hopes successor will finally make his force ‘outstanding’
A chief constable has been praised for leaving his force in “a far better shape than when he joined” as he announced his intention to retire.
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New demands and lower officer costs make PCSO role redundant
On October 19, Norfolk Constabulary announced the introduction of a radical new policing model, one that has taken two years to formulate and based on lengthy consultation and what it says is evidence of policing initiatives that work in the county. However, it is a model that is likely to spark significant media headlines as all 150 police community support officers (PCSOs) were told that they could soon be made redundant.
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578 October 19 2017
In this week’s edition we have news that police recorded hate crime increased by 29 per cent in 2016/17 following the EU referendum and Westminster Bridge terror attack, a new Vetting Code of Practice has been laid in Parliament to bring greater consistency to background checks in policing and a survey by the Police Federation of England and Wales has revealed more than half of detectives believe cuts have had a dramatic impact on their morale. There is lots more news and features including a review of discussions held at last week’s Excellence in Policing conference, a controversial study has questioned whether fingerprint evidence can be considered conclusive, we examine the role of propaganda to encourage violence in the name of jihad, how a rise in the use of air weapons allows officers to identify those who may go on to commit more serious crimes, and a look into the impact of sexual harassment on young people.
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Reading the signs
Last week’s Excellence in Policing conference tested the temperature of the service and examined how forces can tell if they and their workforces face a healthy future.
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<b><i>Cristina Mesder was shot with<br>an air rifle just outside her home Flags in the air
While greatest attention is rightly given to deadly weapons, an increase in the use of less lethal guns offers the potential to identify those who go on to commit very serious offences.
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<b><i>Professor Joseph Kadane Faulty impressions
New research has added to the growing doubts about the absolute infallibility of fingerprint evidence, with new recommendations urging examiners not to use context in analysis.
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