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<b><i>The crime scene is a<br>popular spot for ramblers</b></i> Suspect charged over burnt torso find
A man has been charged with murder following the discovery of a badly burnt body in a lay-by near the Peak District.
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<b> <I> Cordoned of: Area of Northolt</B> </i> Stand-off ends safely as officers raid house
A three-day stand-off between armed police and a man said to have a stockpile of petrol ended with officers forcing their way into a house
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<b><i>Bryn Estyn care home</b></i> Gordon Anglesea found guilty of child sex abuse
A former North Wales Police (NWP) senior officer has been found guilty of historical child sex offences after pleading his innocence for over two decades.
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<b><i>Allan Richards abused a total<br>of 17 children over 38 years Former officer found guilty of 38 years of child sex abuse
Allan Richards was today (October 21) convicted of 40 sex offences against children that spanned almost four decades.
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528 October 20 2016
In this week's edition we have news of the Metropolitan Police Service pledging to phase out commander and chief inspector ranks, the Home Affairs Select Committee calling on the Government to stamp out rampant anti-Semitism, and the continuing challenges facing the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. We have lots more news, and features include a look how middle leaders need to be supported to prepare for the future, an examination of developments in place-based public services, and a reminder that current challenges around education have all been faced before. In our cover story, we look at how forensic experts are digging the dirt on criminals, and proving that science can link offenders to crime scenes.
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<b><i>Jason Ablewhite: By pooling<br>resources we can offer a<br>better service from day one</b></i> Streamlined service offers ‘end to end’ support for victims and witnesses
Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s witness care team is being merged with the already successful Victims’ Hub in a new initiative to provide an ‘end to end’ support service for all victims and witnesses of crime.
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<b><i>Sue Mountstevens: Empowered<br>communities are crucial</b></i> Constabulary and churches working together
Avon and Somerset Constabulary is working with local churches to address social needs in the community through a number of projects funded by the charity Cinnamon Network.
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<b><i>Geoff Coliandris</b></i> Working for well-being
Geoff Coliandris looks at the developments in place-based public services and suggests the support for cross-sector provision, including through legislation and training, plays an important part in fundamental change.
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<b><i>Jane Marshall</b></i> Removing barriers
Jane Marshall examines whether the single employer model of increased emergency services collaboration will create employment complications.
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