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Showing Stories from 21st January 2015 to 13th May 2016
(13/05/16) Crime scene investigators offered advice on gas cylinders (28/04/16) Hillsborough verdicts still demonstrate lessons to learn for football policing - expert
Force's grievance policy conflicted with police regulations

Force's grievance policy conflicted with police regulations

(02/12/15) Report reveals Met's Fairness at Work policy saw staff issues forced into misconduct process too quickly.

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(29/10/15) Force praised for using tea to explain sexual assault
Officer saved woman by grabbing her hair feared reprehension

Officer saved woman by grabbing her hair feared reprehension

(02/10/15) PC Jeannette Caddon's lighting-quick instincts kicked in as she tried to stop a woman jumping off a cliff.

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(30/09/15) PC's super picture campaign reaches thousands (19/09/15) Funny videos winning war against 'corporate drivel', says #VineCop (08/09/15) Injured motorcyclist thanks officers who helped save his life (25/08/15) 'Better triaging of non-emergency calls needed' (25/08/15) Force introduces mobile e-forensics labs to snare paedophiles (09/08/15) No errors here: Empty webpages turned into missing persons appeals (08/08/15) Special Sergeant who goes the extra mile rewarded (07/08/15) PCs save life of multiple stab victim (31/07/15) Lights, camera, urine: Force to show stars of 'PPTV' (27/06/15) Praise for team who closed head shop (11/06/15) PCSO who took on knife-wielding robber with shopping basket commended (06/06/15) PCSO praised for aiding woman having epileptic fit (11/05/15) Magpies peck out burglars and return stolen goods (03/05/15) Autism ID card scheme 'excellent idea', says charity (20/04/15) Test-on-arrest drug screening initiative (16/04/15) Sex offender spotting for non-specialists at force (15/04/15) 'Patterns of life' maps could aid investigators (11/04/15) Sale of seized goods helps charities across Sussex (18/03/15) SIO Corner: Financial Investigation
New railway line brings policing challenges

New railway line brings policing challenges

(19/02/15) BTP have been out and about to make sure people are aware of how a new train service might impact on their lives.

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(01/02/15) College of Policing publishes draft slavery guidance (29/01/15) Home Office earmarks £10 million for policing research (28/01/15) Partnership schemes reducing mental health detentions (21/01/15) SIO Corner: Setting up an Incident Room
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