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<B><i>Sadiq Khan: Safety 'first priority'</B></i> Home Office provisional funding ‘strikes terror’ into London’s ability to repel attacks, warns Mayor Khan
The Home Office has robustly defended its billions of pounds of financial support to Britain’s number one force – naming it the “best funded” across the UK.
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Force defends ‘right thing to do’ on flood evacuations
An east coast force has defended its decision that residents evacuate last weekend after the forecasted ‘storm surge’ failed to cause significant damage.
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<B><i>Professional debut: Paddy Barnes</B></i> PSNI drops policing bill for Olympic boxer’s homecoming fight after ‘crime fears tip-off’
The threat of a gangland feud escalation led to a U-turn of a force’s charging policy for policing the professional boxing debut of a double Olympic medallist.
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<b><i>Manuel Cortes: Cross-border rail<br>safety is too important to<br>reduce to a devolution issue</b></i> Rail union: ‘No-one wants BTP/Police Scotland merger’
Rail staff have hit out at plans to merge British Transport Police (BTP) with a Police Scotland they described as “not fit to take it over”.
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538, January 12 2017
In this week’s edition news includes a report of rape campaigner Jill Saward’s death, details of a survey commissioned by the Metropolitan Police Federation asking officers if they wish to be routinely armed, and the launch of a legal challenge to the Investigatory Powers Act. There is lots more news and features include an in-depth interview with Ian Dyson, a look at how the sensitisation of society effects policing, developments in forensic science for sex crimes, a look at how to successfully deliver an accredited and professional workforce, and how a force used an Amazon Echo to help solve a murder. We also have the latest criminal cases from Criminal Law Week.
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<b><i>Professor Robin Bryant (left) and<br>Dr Robert Heaton Truth about risk
Professor Robin Bryant and Dr Robert Heaton suggest policing is being sucked into a vortex of mutually reinforcing cultural currents that lead to judgments based on hindsight.
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<b><i>Daryl Kenny The case for reform
Daryl Kenny looks at the academic background that has informed the significant changes being proposed and implemented to deliver an accredited and ‘professional’ workforce.

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<b><i>Ian Dyson Saying what is needed
Ian Dyson explains how forces’ requirements are being coordinated to improve ICT developments across the service and ensure suppliers are better able to add their expertise.
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A connection to crime
How the rise in the number of ‘always on’ internet devices is providing detectives with new streams of evidence.
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