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To confer or not
Gerry Boyle examines whether police officers should confer following police-related deaths or serious injuries.
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Criminal Law Week
The following article is written for Police Professional by the editors of Criminal Law Week. Criminal Law Week is used by criminal justice professionals – including police officers, the CPS, judges and lawyers – to stay up to date with changes in criminal law. Published 46 times a year, each issue summarises important cases and legislation, keeping you on top of the latest developments regarding offences, police powers, the rules of procedure and evidence, and more. Incisive commentary is also provided by James Richardson Q.C., the editor of Archbold. Our online service gives you access to all Criminal Law Week issues, from 1997 to today. These are pulled together in a fully-searchable database, complemented by annotated key criminal legislation. For more information about Criminal Law Week, or to sign up for a free trial of our online service, please visit www.criminal-law.co.uk or call 01483 414 599.

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Challenging a squeeze on your pension under Regulation 37
What can you do if your injury pension is reassessed? Angus Moon considers the question with reference to recent case law and offers some advice.

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False optimism?
While a fall in crime is welcome, Rose Linnane says there remain a host of legal and regulatory challenges for the police in the current climate of austerity and change.

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Protecting confidential information
Nick Peel examines a recent court case involving the disclosure of protected information and the practical guidance that has emerged as a result.

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How far can you go to enforce the law during an arrest?
Andrew Steel considers the impact of the decision in Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police [2014] EWCA Civ 15. The case looks at whether a police officer can be liable for injuries caused to an innocent third party during the course of an arrest.

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Your time is up?
Rad Kohanzad examines a recent employment tribunal ruling on the use of regulation A19 and the potential implications of the decision for police officers, chief officers and police and crime commissioners.
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Criminal Law Week
The following article is written for Police Professional by the editors of Criminal Law Week. Criminal Law Week is used by criminal justice professionals – including police officers, the CPS, judges and lawyers – to stay up to date with changes in criminal law. Published 46 times a year, each issue summarises important cases and legislation, keeping you on top of the latest developments regarding offences, police powers, the rules of procedure and evidence, and more. Incisive commentary is also provided by James Richardson Q.C., the editor of Archbold. Our online service gives you access to all Criminal Law Week issues, from 1997 to today. These are pulled together in a fully-searchable database, complemented by annotated key criminal legislation. For more information about Criminal Law Week, or to sign up for a free trial of our online service, please visit www.criminal-law.co.uk or call 01483 414 599.

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Assessing risk
Having remained unchanged for more than ten years, the Home Office ‘Guidance to the Police on Firearms Law’ has recently been completely revised and reissued. Stephen Morley reviews some of the important changes that have been made.

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Criminal Law Week
The following article is written for Police Professional by the editors of Criminal Law Week. Criminal Law Week is used by criminal justice professionals – including police officers, the CPS, judges and lawyers – to stay up to date with changes in criminal law. Published 46 times a year, each issue summarises important cases and legislation, keeping you on top of the latest developments regarding offences, police powers, the rules of procedure and evidence, and more. Incisive commentary is also provided by James Richardson Q.C., the editor of Archbold. Our online service gives you access to all Criminal Law Week issues, from 1997 to today. These are pulled together in a fully-searchable database, complemented by annotated key criminal legislation. For more information about Criminal Law Week, or to sign up for a free trial of our online service, please visit www.criminal-law.co.uk or call 01483 414 599.
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