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Forces enter Tilley Awards shortlist
Three projects that have helped cut crime and improve the quality of life for residents have made it through to the final of the prestigious Home Office Tilley Awards.
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Couple retire after 60 years' service
A couple who between them have more than 60 years' service with Northumbria Police are retiring from the force this summer.
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Promotion assessments do not reflect challenges
A survey suggests that promotion board assessments do not fully reflect the challenges faced by senior officers.
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Developing forensic expertise
Forensic students at the University of Derby are befiting from a new
crime scene facility opened in partnership with Derbyshire Constabulary.

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Double honour recognises force’s fortunes
The remarkable turnaround in the finances of Cleveland Police has resulted in a prestigious double honour for the force.
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Scouts thank Dorset Police
A Dorset police officer has been presented with the Scouting Badge of Thanks, the highest award that Scouting can give to someone outside the Movement.

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Crime Science Conference
Held at the British Library, London, from July 16–17, Making Connections focuses on science, crime and security.
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Workplace study shows the value of well-being
Research has directly linked well-being to cost-saving in the workplace. According to the research, the service could save up to £153 million if it increases employee well-being by just seven per cent.
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Executive stretch

Police officers and staff from the Met were put through their paces this Bank Holiday when they took part in Executive Stretch, an event aimed to develop leadership, team work and communication skills.

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Largest gang anti-social application commended
Local authorities and housing associations have been given a boost in their fight against anti-social behaviour, with the Chief Constable of Merseyside Police, Bernard Hogan-Howe, recognising its importance with a select number of commendations.
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