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Service is a triumph of process over outcome warns Baker
Police Federation Annual Conference
The police service has “lost the plot” and has become a triumph of “process over outcome”, according to Chief Constable Roger Baker.
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Commitment to streamline ‘frustrating’ charging process
Police Federation Annual Conference
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith promised delegates at this year’s Police Federation conference that “more commonsense” initiatives for policing will be delivered by the Government, including cutting bureaucracy and “streamlining” the charging process.

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Detectives lead the way for a professional service
Police Federation Annual Conference
Chief Constable Peter Fahy believes the work of police detectives within CID departments is leading the way for a professional police service.

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Policing Pledge simply polish
Police Federation Annual Conference
Delegates at last week’s Police Federation annual conference told the Policing Minister that the Policing Pledge is setting up forces for failure and operating as additional performance targets.

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Criminal justice system fails the police and public
Police Federation Annual Conference
The police service and the public it serves are being “failed by the rest of the criminal justice system”, according to Paul McKeever, chairman of the Police Federation.

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NPIA to revisit 30+ after confusion reigns
Police Federation Annual Conference
The Policing Minister has asked the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) to look again at the plans to stop the 30+ scheme for police officers after officers at the Police Federation conference raised concerns that they could not plan their careers beyond next year.
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INTRODUCTION
FREEDOM from FEAR - A Cumberland Lodge police conference special supplement
Cumberland Lodge is owned by the Crown estate but given over to a trust whose patron is The Queen, who has granted sole occupancy of a splendid seventeenth-century house for discussions aimed at the betterment of society.
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Regaining the stage
FREEDOM from FEAR - A Cumberland Lodge police conference special supplement
In addressing the Cumberland Lodge conference, Lord Falconer explains how a future for policing and criminal justice, informed by the experience of the past 15 years, should be led by bold agenda setting by practitioners and not left to politicians to fill the gap.
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Community courts and successful restorative justice
FREEDOM from FEAR - A Cumberland Lodge police conference special supplement
The murder of a school principal in 1992 cemented Red Hook’s notorious reputation as an embattled, drug-ridden, urban war zone. One American magazine labelled it one of the top ten crack-infested communities in the US. The establishment of the Red Hook Community Justice Centre has turned the situation around. Presiding judge, Honorable Alex Calabrese, tells the story of successful restorative justice.
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What is community and restorative justice – and can it work?
FREEDOM from FEAR - A Cumberland Lodge police conference special supplement
Judge David Fletcher leads a community justice initiative in north Liverpool. Here, he examines the processes adopted and lessons learnt so far.
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