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BBC Crimewatch Appeals

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In the News
Force investigates PCC candidate's leaflet after complaint 14:21, 5th May GMT
English Demoncrats' candidate Toni Bugle referred matter to police, but Labour's Olly Martins stands by the leaflet.
Chief Constable Jon Boutcher 'to lead Stakeknife probe' 11:00, 5th May GMT
Bedfordshire chief reportedly to spearhead investigation into claims of security service involvement in IRA.
Man jailed after trying to stab officer with machete 11:56, 5th May GMT
PC Ben Forbes said he feared for his life during the attack.
Large percentage of people cannot name their PCC 05:00, 5th May GMT
Poll for Electoral Reform Society found miniscule three per cent said they felt well informed about the PCC election.
Chief constable punched at barbecue after affair with assistant chief, tribunal hears 15:15, 4th May GMT
Former head of legal services denies disclosing information about the affair.
Victims 'betrayed' as First Minister 'blocks' inquest plan 05:00, 5th May GMT
New legacy inquests row erupts on eve of Stormont poll, with Amnesty International criticising Arlene Foster.
Police officer dies after collapsing on duty 05:00, 5th May GMT
Police Scotland officer was taken ill while attending emergency call out.
Latest custody digest published 14:56, 4th May GMT
Advantages of street triage schemes are examined in this month's digest.
Force criticised after failing to seek prompt hospital attention for man in custody 13:40, 4th May GMT
The 22-year-old was later taken to hospital and found to have a bleed on the brain.
IPCC mulls release of Orgreave report 14:09, 4th May GMT
Watchdog says legal issues had prevented this until now.