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Views sought on domestic abuse law
The Home Office has launched a consultation seeking views on whether a new law should be created to offer better protection to victims.
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Concerns raised over accuracy of police crime data
Police recorded crime statistics in Scotland are to be reassessed as they do not comply with "several elements" of the UK Statistics Authority's (UKSA) Code of Practice, a report has concluded.
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Adrian Hanstock New DCC for BTP
The British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) has appointed a new deputy chief constable following the promotion of Paul Crowther to chief constable.
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PCC’s : “End means testing domestic abuse victims”
Three police and crime commissioners (PCC) from the North East have backed an online petition calling on government officials to stop the means testing of women who are trying to seek help after suffering domestic abuse.
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Gloucestershire Constabulary to take forward prosecutions
Gloucestershire Constabulary has announced that it will be prosecuting several motorists who recorded footage of the aftermath of an accident as they were driving past.
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Review into Cliff Richard search leak
Pressure is mounting on South Yorkshire Police over its disclosure to the BBC that officers were about to search the home of Sir Cliff Richard.
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Officers must abide by ethics guidelines on social media
Senior officers have defended the police use of social media after a Freedom of Information (FoI) request showed that hundreds of officers had been investigated for breaching social media guidelines, including one incident of racist comments made online.
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MPS reveals identity of undercover officers
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has, for the first time in its history, named two undercover officers who had long-term relationships with women while working in covert operations
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NSPCC launches new gangs helpline
The NSPCC has launched a new helpline specifically aimed at helping children who are involved in gangs.
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Scotland to trial its own version of Clare’s law
A version of the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, commonly known as Clare’s law, will be trialled across Scotland this autumn
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