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Leicestershire Police to examine historical cases of CSE
Leicestershire Police is to examine how it managed allegations of sexual abuse from the 1990s to the present day, its police and crime commissioner (PCC) has confirmed.
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University experts join forces with police forensics
East Midlands Specialist Operations Units (EMSOU) has teamed up with experts in forensic science at Nottingham Trent University to explore ways of working together.
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ACPO plans nationwide alcohol-abuse initiative
Police officers from across the country will patrol streets identified as violence ‘hot spots’ this weekend, as part of an initiative aimed at highlighting the issue of binge drinking.
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Acting PCC appointed for South Yorkshire
Steve Pick has been appointed as acting police and crime commissioner (PCC) for South Yorkshire and will manage the transition period before a permanent PCC is elected next month.
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Olly Martins No further action against Bedfordshire PCC
Bedfordshire police and crime commissioner (PCC) Olly Martins will face no further action over alleged disclosure of sensitive information.
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Home Secretary announces new strategy and offences to combat terrorism
The Home Secretary has announced a range of measures aimed at combating and eradicating the threat from Islamic extremism, including the creation of a new counter-terrorism strategy.
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Justice Secretary: ‘We will leave Court of Human Rights’
The Conservatives will seek to leave the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), describing its ability to overrule UK courts as “unacceptable” and “crazy”, while also promising to scrap police cautions for serious offences.
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Cybercrime becoming easier says Europol
The increased commercialisation of cybercrime has seen a service-based criminal industry evolve that allows cybercriminals to develop products and services for use by others, according to the latest Europol threat assessment.
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Increase in trafficking victims identified
A new National Crime Agency (NCA) report has concluded that 88 per cent of UK minors identified as potential trafficking victims have been sexually exploited, an increase of 250 per cent on 2012.
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Gwent Police makes changes to protect stalking victims
Gwent Police has implemented a series of changes after the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) found that improvements were needed to the way the force handles stalking and harassment cases.
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