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Showing Stories from 11th December 2014 to 22nd February 2017
(22/02/17) The three elements leaving us vulnerable to terrorism (24/01/17) Bolting stable doors: Vulnerable people and terrorism (23/12/16) A new reality: The rise of cybercrime (11/07/16) The Great Irish Imbroglio (07/03/16) Bogus statements on terrorism are a false narrative in EU debate (18/01/16) When the past is prologue
Specials numbers targets 'easier to say than achieve'

Specials numbers targets 'easier to say than achieve'

(13/01/16) As we approach election time - and expected new pledges - Ian Weinfass highlights that many PCCs fell short of their overall numbers.

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(06/01/16) On Edge: Responding to terrorism in 2016
Real reform is coming to the special constabulary

Real reform is coming to the special constabulary

(21/10/15) Two major changes to volunteer policies could have a significant bearing on what has been assumed to be a growth area in policing, writes Ian Weinfass.

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(26/08/15) Leaving the Job: Do you speak my language? (30/06/15) A decade of Islamist terror (08/06/15) Successful change in IPCC complaints pilot (05/06/15) A dialogue of the deaf: The debate about police cuts (03/06/15) What's the point in talking? Feedback on public order liaison officers (26/05/15) Increased efficiencies: Big Data opportunities for policing (28/04/15) Learning the Lessons: Moving individuals from hospital to custody (22/04/15) 'War on drugs is farcical' says former detective (26/03/15) Learning the Lessons: Detention under Section 136 (11/03/15) Bang to rights: Gunfire detection systems in the UK (04/03/15) Police officers moonlighting as mechanics and chimney sweeps (03/03/15) Drawn to action: Firearms and technology after Charlie Hebdo (23/02/15) Rise in classic car fraud sparks joint operation (20/02/15) The top POS malware families to be aware of (16/01/15) The big picture: Processing CCTV data (08/01/15) Northern Ireland: Dissident Republican threat is 'very real'
Cuts will 'disproportionately affect frontline policing'

Cuts will 'disproportionately affect frontline policing'

(05/01/15) Dr Tim Brain analyses the real cash cuts policing has suffered over the past four years, and predicts that more than 5,000 personnel will be lost in order for forces to cope.

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(23/12/14) Hide and seek: Tracking international offenders (15/12/14) DNA profiling expands, but there's still plenty left to do (11/12/14) Face to face: Automated identification technology
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