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Diana Good British aid ‘propped up corrupt police practices’
Foreign aid failed to halt crime rises, corruption or usher in successful reforms in the police forces of repressive countries around the globe, a departing UK commissioner reveals.
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Road victim: Cassie McCord Cassie’s Law sees hundreds of driving licences cancelled
A grieving mother’s tireless campaigning has helped give police new powers to strip drivers of their licences if they fail roadside eye tests – and keep death off the road.
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Cover up . . . Saudi King Salman Saudi king bans women police officers from beach in swimming trunks row
Female police officers have been reportedly banned from guarding Saudi Arabia’s King Salman at his beachside residence.
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Legal challenge: The Sun The Sun questions terror tactics in Plebgate hearing
Police officers from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) used “coercive legal powers” normally reserved for counter-terrorism operations to flush out who leaked details of the Pleb-gate affair, a hearing was told.
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Open day last year. Pic Michael Scher Neighbourhood watch scheme celebrates 10 years of crime-fighting
Senior Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) figures and City Hall chiefs will today show their solidarity for a special event as a Jewish neighbourhood watch scheme celebrates 10 years of community crime-fighting.
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Theresa May Knowledge fund to support 14 police research collaborations
Fourteen bids, including initiatives to tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE), cybercrime and hate crime will receive money from the Police Knowledge Fund.
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Matthew Horne Essex appoints new DCC
Essex Police has announced Matthew Horne as the force’s new deputy chief constable.
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New custody and detention guidance published
The College of Policing has published new national guidance on the detention and custody process, including the use of pre-charge bail.
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Suzette Davenport Rise in drink drive test failures
There has a been a sharp rise in the number of people failing drink drive tests, despite a drop in the number of people being tested, new statistics have revealed.
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In this week’s edition, news includes the fitting of CCTV in all Metropolitan Police Service custody vans at a cost of £309,000. London also sees the extension of the use of ‘sobriety tags’ as the Ministry of Justice accepts the results from a pilot warrants wider rollout nationally. Features include a report from Care of Police Survivors' annual service of remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. We look at the funding challenges facing forces following last week's Home Office announcement of a review of the police funding formula, and feature the views of four police and crime commissioners, the Police Foundation and Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Neil Rhodes. Stephanie van Goozen and Kelly Hubble examine the effects of emotion recognition training on juvenile offenders, and Chief Superintendent Alex Murray looks at philanthropic approaches to policing.

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