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<b><i>PC Leigh Morris was sentenced<br>to one year in prison Officer jailed for obsession of child sex abuse images that 'ruined his life'
A police officer has been sent to prison after almost 500 “horrendous” child sex abuse images were discovered on his computers and mobile phone.
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<b><i>Cheryl Grimmer went missing<br>on January 12, 1970 Previous suspect arrested over historic disappearance of toddler in 1970
A man has been charged with the murder and abduction of a three-year-old British-born girl at an Australian beach from almost 50 years ago.
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<b><i>ADC Mark Rowley: Current arrangements <br>developed over many years</b></i> London armed officers at 'near double strength' as Parliament security review promised
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has promised a review of security in Parliament amid claims one his personal protection officers shot dead terrorist Khalid Masood.
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<b><i>Keith Boots (right) and his son<br>were sentenced to 26 years and<br>24 years in prison respectively Washed away... 26 years for 'disgrace to uniform' officer who stole drugs from his own force
A police inspector described as an “embarrassment” has been jailed for 26 years for conspiring with his son to steal drugs from his force and then sell them back on the streets.
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<b><i>Khalid Masood: Left, and as a <br>'smiling' schoolboy footballer</b></i> Schoolboy pictures of 'one of the lads' who turned to terror in deadly Westminster attack
These are the first pictures of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood as investigators involve the public in a "critical" appeal of his connections to establish motives behind Wednesday's atrocity.
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548 March 23 2017
In this week’s edition we have news about welcome changes to legislation that will allow officers to pursue offenders for a new offence of grooming online, a police and crime commissioner launches a parliamentary campaign to address a “travesty” that means pensions of two officers killed on duty are treated differently, and London’s Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime has commissioned a HMIC inspection into failures to properly investigate electoral fraud. We have lots more news and features including a view from the Strategic Command Course graduation, Professor Rob Briner explains how using evidence-based management could help chief officers make unbiased and informed decisions, senior figures in homicide investigation discuss a number of case studies to highlight the importance of critical decisions following the death of a child and our cover feature looks at the prominence of Eastern European organised gangs in jewellery raids, and what is being done to combat them.
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<b><i>DCI Sarah Staff and Michael<br>Will Chain of crime
As the culmination of a major investigation sees a group of Romanian criminals jailed for a series of jewellery robberies across the country, Police Professional examines the prominence of Eastern European organised gangs and the steps being taken across Europe to combat them.
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When a child dies
Senior figures in homicide investigation discuss the importance of critical decisions following the death of a child, especially considering the intense scrutiny and likely case reviews.
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<b><i>Professor Rob Briner Managing effectively?
Professor Rob Briner puts the case for greater use of evidence in managing organisations, preventing a culture of fad-following and ensuring those in power are challenged.
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<b><i>Chief Superintendent Craig Naylor,<br>Jayne Sykes and Chief Superindent<br>Terri Nicholson Ready for anything
As graduates of ‘one of the best’ courses policing has to offer pursue aspirations to become the next senior leaders of the service, Police Professional reports on their preparation for the many challenges ahead.
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