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<b><i>Ched Evans: Conviction quashed<b></i> Force cautions ten men who named rape accuser on social media
Ten men who revealed the identity of the woman at the centre of the Ched Evans rape case have been cautioned by North Wales Police (NWP).
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Four arrested over on the run murderer’s escape
Merseyside Police has arrested four people thought to have helped Shaun Walmsley escape from prison as it continues its search for the criminal at large.
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<b><i>Sara Mosely: Blue light workers<br>do an extremely challenging job</b></i> Mental health support rolled out across Wales
Emergency services in Wales will for the first time benefit from a charity’s bespoke mental health support.
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<b><i>Thomas de Maizière: Don't put<br> all refugees 'under suspicion' </b></i> Police union demands 20,000 new officers to fight violent crime and 'ideological' offences
Police officers are demanding thousands of reinforcements in their ranks to counter the "various challenges" faced by German law enforcement.
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<b><i>Chris Bryant: 'He was our shield<br>and defender' Parliamentary precedent could be broken to honour murdered officer
MPs have called for the installation of a Commons shield in memory of Police Constable Keith Palmer who tragically lost his life in the Westminster terror attack.
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In this week’s edition we have an analysis of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary’s State of Policing report which suggests policing is seen as the “first resort” for people suffering mental health crises, the London Assembly has called on Mayor Sadiq Khan to take a “visible lead” in tackling female genital mutilation and National Crime Agency research says teenagers who might never offend become cybercriminals to prove their skills on the internet. There is lots more news and features including a look into the challenges for policing from ‘driverless cars’ that are to be introduced from 2018, forces propose tactics that have been successful in dealing with dangerously ridden scrambler bikes, and we explore the growing trend of acid attacks as recent figures reveal the crime has risen sharply in the past four years.
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<b><i>Essex teenager Alexander Bassey was<br>jailed for eight years after spraying<br>'acid' on a group of friends New weapons
The past week has seen a number of vicious attacks using acid thrown in the faces of victims. Police Professional looks at the increasing trend of what has been called liquid thuggery.
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<b><i>Superintendent Jenny Sims explains<br>Merseyside Police's Operation<br>Brookdale Remember Jessica Chisnall
Merseyside Police has led recent national discussions on the development of tactics to rid streets and fields of dangerously ridden scrambler bikes, in the hope that all forces will never experience the same tragedy it faced earlier this year.
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<b><i>Google has been testing a range<br>of autonomous vehicles Enforcing a revolution
As the UK aims to be at the forefront of driverless vehicles, changes from next year will have a major impact on roads policing. Here, experts offer their advice for what is literally round the corner.

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<b><i>Peter Clemons Time to stop ESN ‘madness’?
As the Government’s Emergency Services Network (ESN) faces yet more scrutiny in the wake of a new report expressing “serious concerns about the provision of emergency service communications in Great Britain”, critics believe it could be time to “stop the madness and begin again”.
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