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<b><i>PCC Clive Grunshaw: 'Lancashire Police is<br>faced with an ever rising bill<br>to police the fracking protests' Application to fund policing of fracking demonstrations rejected
Policing and fire minister Brandon Lewis has rejected a force’s appeal for extra funding to control fracking protests.
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<B><i>Bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi:<br> Died in Tripoli in 2012</B></i> Al-Megrahi relatives to launch fresh appeal with support of victims’ families
A fresh bid to clear the name of the only man convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing is due to be launched in the next few days.
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College re-opens bursary applications
Even more officers and staff will be able to seek financial support for their educations when a pilot bursary project re-opens this year.
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<b><i>Serena Kennedy: 'I look forward to<br>working closely wth communities,<br>officers, staff and partners' Force appoints new ACC
A force has appointed a new chief officer after losing its former assistant chief constable to the National Crime Agency (NCA).
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<b><i>Derek Hancock was sentenced<br>for the manslaughter of Robert Cox<br>in 2014</b></i> Call handlers offered more help to recognise mental illness after fatal stabbing
New systems have been introduced to check if callers are vulnerable after a control room handler failed to recognise that a man who killed his neighbour five minutes later was mentally unwell.
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In this week’s edition we have news of more than 1,300 Police Service of Northern Ireland officers who are suing their force for holiday pay following a landmark court ruling in 2014, the Crown Prosecution Service insists Theresa May’s call for a snap election will have no impact on the timing of decisions on whether to prosecute Conservative MP’s accused of breaching general election spending limits, and the use of Taser has increased by nine per cent, which has been attributed to an uplift in trained officers nationwide. There is lots more news and features include a look at the growing number of prolific offenders making off after dining out and we explore just how much evidence can be recovered from hair left at a crime scene.
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<b><i>Glen Jackson Follicle forensics
Despite falling in importance, recent research shows that evidence recovered from hair left at crime scenes could tell us much more about a suspect or victim than was ever thought possible.
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<b><i>Shaun Cattermole and Donna-Marie<br>Bridgeman caught on CCTV outside<br>the Unruly Pig Starters orders
It is usually more expensive to investigate those who ‘do a runner’ after dining out than the bill being avoided, but forces are seeing such an increasing number of prolific offenders that crime prevention advice is now being widely offered.
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£100m networking deal to transform MPS effectiveness
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has agreed a £100 million networking and IT contract that will support faster responses to emergency 999 calls and enable the speedier deployment of officers.
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<b><i>Nick Hawkins Critical response
Terror is evolving. Once limited to hijacked planes and bomb vests, terrorists are resorting to ‘day-to-day’ resources such as rental cars and knives. These methods are more difficult to monitor, meaning that preparing for the unexpected is crucial.
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