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Eighth arrest after largest Paramilitary Crime Task Force operation to date
Four men are being questioned on suspicion of involvement in terrorism following a major operation against paramilitary crime in Northern Ireland.
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<b><i>Michael Matheson: 'I am determined<br>that crime will not pay' New measures to tackle organised crime allow betting slips and casino chips to be seized
New laws widening what can be classed as cash when seizing assets are set to come into force, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
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Sean Rigg Five officers face gross misconduct hearings over the death of Sean Rigg
The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) has instructed the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) to hold gross misconduct hearings for five officers over a death in custody in 2008.
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<b><i>Dean Purcell CBO given to abusive boyfriend to ‘prevent him victimising others’
A man who was jailed for subjecting his girlfriend to “a horrendous ordeal” has been told he must inform police when he has a new sexual partner to protect potential future victims.
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Four arrested in paramilitary raids
More than 200 officers have taken part in a “significant” operation against paramilitary crime in Northern Ireland.
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A third of incapacitant spray cases passed to PIRC contain inaccuracies
Police Scotland has been urged to “immediately address” inaccuracies in the information it provides to misconduct inquiries following an investigation into its use of an incapacitant spray.
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<b><i>Michael Lane: 'I am doing<br>everything within my power to<br>support victims'</b></i> PCC insists budget will 'empower' policing
Hampshire’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) has defended his spending following scrutiny of his funding plans for the coming year.
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Project Mercury: 33 UK suspects sentenced over online child abuse network
An international investigation into online streaming of child sexual abuse in internet chatrooms has led to the conviction of 33 people in the UK.
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<b><i>Bryan Clark: 'Our emergency<br>services deserve the best<br>technology</b></i> Home Office appoints new ESN director
The Government has selected a new leader to oversee the implementation of its long-delayed Emergency Services Network (ESN).
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Man defecated on police station counter before leaving burglary scene wearing Garda hat
A judge has promised a man who broke into an Irish police station and defecated on the counter before making off with a uniform and patrol caps that he will bear in mind a prison term already served in connection with the crime across the border in Northern Ireland.
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