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Rebels with a cause: Terror in the name of Prevent
As the future of the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy, and in particular the Prevent strand, is facing an overhaul, Imran Awan assesses whether the difficult balance between engaging and assisting Muslim communities is being struck.
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Chief Constable Tim Hollis Policing – Not unreformed but badly reformed
Executive Feature
As politicians make promises to reform policing, Humberside’s chief constable, Tim Hollis, speaks out about his frustration over constant ad-hoc tinkering in lieu of a mature debate.

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COMMENT - A little context please
The coverage of the G20 protests is providing twists and turns in a trial by media that will not serve the right to protest.
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Opinion
Letter to the Editor

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The case for a police commissioner
Letter to the Editor
With reference to the content of Police Professional (November 13) and your editorial leader, Her Majesty’s Opposition has long argued that direct election of lay representatives must help drive police accountability. The other major political parties have now followed us, somewhat belatedly.
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Ill-considered and dangerous
Letter to the Editor
With increasing fears that government proposals for changes in the make-up of police authorities could lead to them being hijacked by organisations such as the British National Party (BNP), I urge ministers to think again.
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Letters to the Editor
Readers share their views and opinions on topics covered by Police Professional.
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Letters to the editor: The issue of female sickness is gynaecological

Dear editor,


May I please raise a point regarding the article in your publication, August 28 2008, entitled ‘Women officers taking 50 per cent more sick days than male colleagues’?


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LGA chairman sceptical of Green Paper
Since 1995, crime levels in the UK have dropped by 42 per cent, meaning there are eight million fewer offences a year. Yet despite this success public satisfaction with the police continues to decline.
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NLGN urges representation of councils
The New Local Government Network (NLGN) has welcomed the Government’s commitment to giving citizens a larger influence over local policing but urged the Government to ensure that councils were given a clear and powerful voice in the process.
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