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PC fatal shooting: Officer forced to resign 16:09, 17th September GMT
Ian Terry's family criticise 'unnecessary pain' caused by six year wait for sanctions against those involved in botched training exercise.
Troubled families project targets 'generational crime' 04:12, 18th September GMT
Initiative in Somerset, which has been awarded a significant cash windfall, is praised for uplifting community issues.
Watchdog raps force over murder failings 04:21, 18th September GMT
IPCC finds Merseyside Police could have prevented violent estranged husband from carrying out fatal knife attack.
New chemical fingerprint profiling will 'revolutionise crime investigations' 07:08, 18th September GMT
Project to develop a method of fingerprint extraction and analysis could reveal key information about suspects.
Scottish independence: Will it affect policing? 07:35, 18th September GMT
Officer-turned comedian Alfie Moore considers the impact a yes or no vote for Scottish independence would have on policing and how politicans have argued their case ahead of the vote.
Latest roads policing digest published 14:45, 17th September GMT
Continuing cuts and statutory training for all roads policing personnel feature in the latest edition.
Man fatally shot by police in London named 14:44, 17th September GMT
IPCC investigators are probing circumstances surrounding incident in which it was claimed Dean Joseph was holding knife to woman's throat.
No criminal action against PCC probed over disclosure 14:35, 17th September GMT
Olly Martins, who disclosed sensitive information about Leon Briggs' death, has been readmitted to Labour Party after CPS decision.
Officer disciplined for 'slapping woman' 04:14, 18th September GMT
Officer "failed to take a graduated response" to an uncompliant detainee in a police cell, Ombudsman rules.
PCC's departure: Force has 'serious democratic deficit' 03:54, 18th September GMT
Former chief constable Peter Neyroud says South Yorkshire situation has "descended to the level of French farce".