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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.