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App-lying engagement
The use of smart technology to involve communities in crime reduction makes complete sense, but its introduction has not been without controversy. However, new applications are beginning to emerge and make it easier to connect with the public.
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<b><i>Professor Ann Ross Limited age by BMD
New forensic techniques to age skeletal remains often produce a broad range of results, but new research in mineral density is proving highly effective at shortening the possible span.
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<b><i>Chief Constable Jon Boutcher<br>and Assistant Chief Constable<br>Jackie Sebire The success of risk
A police documentary is continuing to enter new territory in showing the human side of policing, broadcasting the ‘warts and all’ of everyday life, including the shock of discovering that one of their own is a prime suspect. Chief officers explain why they went against the advice of the inspectorate to be so transparent with the public.
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<b><i>Superintendent Matt Kennerly Matrix of maturity
Like all forces, technology will enable Cumbria Constabulary to transform to cope with demand, however, Superintendent Matt Kennerley explains how maturity modelling has played a part in ensuring this vision is realised.
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<b><i>Chief Constable Giles York Making use of IT
In the first of a series of articles on police ICT, Police Professional reports on some of the plenary discussions at last month's Police ICT summit where the take-up of technology by officers was a main focus of attention.
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<b><i>Detective Chief Inspector Peter<bR>Lloyd OSINT to i3
Detective Chief Inspector Peter Lloyd explains how policing will move from collecting traditional ‘Open Source’ information to create a new ‘Internet Investigations and Intelligence’ capability, with the skills to match the digital age.
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Searching in extremes
The methodical search of a landfill site for a missing airman tested the resolve of all those involved, but should also provide immense learning in missing persons inquiries and staff welfare.
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<b><i>Geoff Coliandris: Police Service<br>needs to match RIs' commitment</b></i> Registering concern
After the value and consistency of use of intermediaries was brought into question, Geoff Coliandris looks into how the best can be achieved in securing testimonies from the most vulnerable witnesses.
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<b><i>Paul McFarlane: This is<br>the first case to<br>address perceived disability</b></i> Future discrimination
Executive Feature
In a complex employment tribunal case, Norfolk Constabulary has been found liable for disability discrimination, despite the officer who brought the claim not actually being disabled. Paul McFarlane says the case has important implications for the way forces handle the recruitment of officers with medical impairments.
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<b><i>One of the many<br>miniature phones seen as<br>marketed to prisoners</b></i> Calling time
Executive Feature
As justice ministries around the world wrestle with the challenge of stopping the criminality that emanates from within prisons, Police Professional looks at what is being done to control illegal communications.
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