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Police must question rape suspects on consent
Police and prosecutors have been told to ask rape suspects how they knew that the complainant had consented – with full capacity and freedom to do so – as part of efforts to bring offenders to justice.
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£10 million fund announced to help fight crime
The Home Secretary has announced a new £10 million Police Knowledge Fund to support closer working between police and academia, aimed at promoting evidence-based policing and more effective responses to crime.

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New guidance to help police tackle modern slavery
National policing guidance on responding to modern slavery has been published, aimed at ensuring police officers are better equipped to deal with and identify victims.
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Man charged with attempted murder of officer
A man has been charged with the attempted murder of a police officer in Stafford town centre.
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Railway policing devolved
Policing the railways in Scotland will now be controlled from Holyrood rather than Westminster, new legislation has confirmed.
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Southwest forces enter strategic alliance
Two forces in the southwest of England have agreed to enter into a strategic alliance.
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MPs told mandatory reporting needed for FGM
Mandatory reporting of female genital mutilation (FGM) should come into force as it will enable police to carry out more investigations, the Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC) has heard.
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Victims are ‘ignored and confused’ claims review
Police, prosecutors and courts are failing to show compassion when dealing with victims’ complaints, while there is gap between what criminal justice agencies promise and what victims experience, a report has concluded.
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Confidentiality of abuse inquiry undermined
The legal counsel to the panel of the independent inquiry examining allegations of child abuse in Westminster has said it is no longer able to have a confidential conversation without fear it will be leaked to the press.
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Crime falls to lowest level since 1981
Crime is at its lowest level since 1981, according to the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW).
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