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Officer sacked over false hospital attendance claims
A police officer has been dismissed after lying about taking his baby son to hospital appointments.
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Uber employs strategy to lock investigators out of staff computers
Taxi company Uber developed a software tool that locked investigators out of staff computers in the event of a raid to prevent law enforcement from accessing company data, it has emerged.
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<b><i>Ayoub Benhammwu Man convicted of assault on senior officer
A “moped-enabled drug dealer” is due for sentencing next month after being found guilty of kicking a borough commander until he was unconscious, and leaving him significantly injured.
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<b><i>Sadiq Khan: 'Unless we address<br>the root causes of why people<br>get into crime we will never be<br>able to make our communities<bR>safer' Sadiq Khan: Stop and search is a ‘vital tool’ for police service
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has pledged a “significant” increase in stop and search as the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) looks to crack down on the recent surge of knife crime.
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<b><i>James McDonagh: Fractured skull</b></i> Detective cleared over texting killer’s sister
An officer has been found not guilty of intending to pervert the course of justice in a case linked to a single punch killing.
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<b><i>Geting shirty: Julian Assange</b></i> Julian Assange bid for diplomatic status rejected
Julian Assange still faces the threat of arrest if he leaves the Ecuadorian embassy in London after the Foreign Office (FCO) turned down a request to grant the WikiLeaks founder diplomatic status.
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<b><i>If convicted of the 59 murders<br>Mikhail Popkov will become<br>Russia's most prolific serial killer ‘Maniac’ former officer on trial for 59 additional murders
A man nicknamed the “werewolf” could become Russia’s most prolific serial killer after confessing to a further 59 killings.
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<b><i>Michael Matheson: 'These clear<br>deficiencies in the process were<br>completely unacceptable'</b></i> Justice Secretary defends decision to block Phil Gormley’s return
Scotland’s Justice Secretary has claimed “clear deficiencies” in the process used by the Scottish Police Authority (SPA) forced him to block Chief Constable Phil Gormley from returning to work.
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Four per cent rise in thefts from vehicles masks deep fluctuations between forces
Careless car owners and travelling criminality have been blamed for the rise in the number of vehicles broken into and recorded by more than half of UK forces.
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<b><i>Jeanette Cadden Officer sacked for discriminatory social media posts
An officer has been dismissed after sharing a number of offensive posts on Facebook and calling gypsies “f*****g scumbags”.
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