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In the News
Officer disciplined following court lie allegation 07:00, 21st November GMT
Watchdog found no case to prosecute officer who was accused of lying by a court judge but directed he receive training in statement preparation.
Injunction to protect sexual exploitation victim branded 'problematic' 07:00, 21st November GMT
Six men in the West Midlands have been banned from contacting any woman under the age of 18 after a force helped take civil measures against alleged exploiters - a move which has been praised by a children's charity but criticised by a lawyer.
Outstanding, inadequate or other: PEEL assessments imminent 07:00, 21st November GMT
HMIC are to release interim 2014 results to public next week.
Sexual exploitation: Police need 'child centered approach' 07:00, 21st November GMT
Report into child sexual exploitation in Northern Ireland found more work is needed to improve relationships between police and young people.
Police staff pay: 'Enough is enough' 07:00, 21st November GMT
As police staff face the prospect of possible industrial action over pay, Nick Alatti speaks to staff affected on the frontline and how the future is not holding much promise.
Emergency Services Network replacement 'moving forward' 07:00, 21st November GMT
Notice placed in Official Journal of European Union as minister says 2017 is target date for completion.
Remembrance for officers killed in WW2 14:00, 20th November GMT
Three officers were killed in "Leicester's Blitz", 74 years ago today.
'Masked protesters pose public order problem' 07:00, 21st November GMT
Boris Johnson quizzed by London Assembly member over Million Mask March disorder - but expert advises against creating new police powers.
To crime or not to crime? 07:00, 21st November GMT
Officer-turned-comedian Alfie Moore gives his view on the recent HMIC inspection into crime recording by the police.
Plan to deploy 'police reindeer' near North Pole 07:00, 21st November GMT
Ungulates could help crack down on alcohol related disorder in remote and relatively lawless frozen territories.