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Sex in bearland
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced that “This Government is finishing the job of police reform and I want professionalism to be the first word that comes to mind when we think about the police.” Oh dear.
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Just who needs certifying?
I can see it now, an advertisement appearing on the next officer recruitment campaign in Bakersfield, North of Los Angeles, entitled: Wanted: Officers with degree in crucifix-spotting.
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Don’t Push It
The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) has called for the reintroduction of wider stop and search powers to combat a surge in knife crime, claiming that reforms introduced by Theresa May when she was Home Secretary have resulted in a rise in stabbings and other knife crimes.
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Cast your votes
Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) officers in County Down, Northern Ireland, have asked the public to name their new police car on Facebook.
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Staying abreast
A disciplinary panel has decided that Greater Manchester Police’s (GMP) Assistant Chief Constable Rebekah Sutcliffe engaged in gross misconduct when she mocked temporary Superintendent Sarah Jackson’s alleged ‘boob job’ during an “inappropriate and hurtful” drunken tirade, during which she branded her subordinate as “silly, vain and frivolous” for having breast surgery.
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Spitting Distance
Devon and Cornwall Police’s former police and crime commissioner, Tony Hogg, deemed its 101 service “not fit for purpose” after it was found to be clogged up for an hour a day by officers using it to ask for contact numbers.
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Please pay careful attention
Norway's attempts to change the uniforms of their armed and specialist police from black jumpsuits to grey-green ‘urban camouflage’ have ran into problems.
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Mannequins Overboard...
The Ministry of Justice has claimed that two prisoners, one on remand for burglary, the other convicted recently for attempted murder, escaped from HMP Pentonville just over a week ago. Both have since been detained, along with others accused of assisting their escape.
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Who are you anyway?
The Police Federation of England and Wales has published the results of a very complicated, and presumably very expensive, survey into morale within the ranks.
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Morals and mergers
Officials in Chechnya are set to task ‘morality police’ to attend weddings. They will be instructed to stop proceedings if they see outfits or activities deemed “alien to national customs and traditions”.
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