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Question of misconduct
The acquittal of British Transport Police Inspector, Masood Khan, at Southwark Crown Court recently highlights the archaic law that is being used to prosecute police officers when disciplinary proceedings are more appropriate.
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Cash for questions?
Nick Peel looks at the expanded role of juries in inquests following deaths in custody
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Fairness of confessions
In this edition, Denis Clark continues to discuss the law relating to evidence of confessions and in particular, the manner in which section 78 of Police and Criminal Evidence (PACE) Act may be used to challenge the fairness of a confession.
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Mad about claims
Hannah Pooley looks at the issue of defending claims brought against police forces by obsessive and vexatious litigants.
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Evidence of confessions
In this edition, Denis Clark continues to discuss the law relating to evidence of confessions and in particular the provisions of section 76(2) Police and Criminal Evidence (PACE) Act.
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To circulate or not to circulate
Andrew Steel examines the recent decision of Mondelly which will soon be tested in the House of Lords…
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The new Police Conduct Regime - will it stand the test?
Fraser Sampson comments on the new statutory regime for addressing allegations and instances of police misconduct about to be released to police authorities and their forces across England & Wales.
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Life and limb
A review of the trends and developments in the enforcement of health and safety law on the police service .
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