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<b><i>Armoury: One of world's biggest </b></i> Joint operation seizes more than 10,000 weapons 'destined for terrorism'
Police have seized more than 10,000 "weapons of war" – destined for criminal and terrorist groups in Europe – in one of the biggest arms hauls in history.
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Successful pilot brings roll-out of BWVs in Northern Ireland
Officers in Belfast have switched on body-worn video cameras (BWVs) for the first time confident the biggest roll-out of technology in Northern Ireland will lead to "improved quality" of evidence-gathering.
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<b><i>David Duckenfield:<br>unprepared for command</b></i> 'Milestone' in justice for Hillsborough 96
The 96 Liverpool football fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster were victims of “gross negligence” at the hands of match commander David Duckenfield, the inquest jury concluded.
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<b><i>Missing: Madeleine McCann</b></i> Home Office funds ‘for six months’ may signal end of MPS search for Madeleine McCann
Police have been provided with enough funds to keep the investigation to try to unravel the mystery behind missing Madeleine McCann going for a further six months.
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<b><i>Peter Wanless: This rise is 'deeply<br>worrying'</b></i> Child sex offences soar by a third to record levels
The number of child sex offences reported to police reached an all-time high last year as 124 reports were made every day.
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84 per cent of people are victims of attempted cybercrime
A comprehensive survey of cybercrime in the South East of England has shown that a fraction of people report incidents to the police.
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MPS outsourcing capabilities criticised
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) lacks the commercial expertise to negotiate good deals for outsourcing its back office services, a report from the London Assembly has concluded.
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David Cameron Tories win majority but crime and justice not an election issue
The Conservative Party has won a working majority in the general election, disproving the vast majority of pollsters and political commentators.
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UKIP pledges to reform 43-force model
Plans to reduce the number of police forces, conduct an extensive review on criminal offences and remove the UK from the European Court of Human Rights are among the proposals in UKIP’s manifesto, launched on Wednesday (April 15)
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Drug reform at forefront of Liberal Democrat manifesto
Plans to relax the law on drugs, increase facilities for victims and ‘designing out’ crime are among the proposals in the Liberal Democrat manifesto, launched on Wednesday (April 14)
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