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West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson has commented on the government’s allocation of the additional police officers it originally announced in July.
The finalists in the inaugural Tackling Economic Crime Awards
theTECAs announced recognising contributions and acknowledging considerable achievements. MFF_Forum delighted to be alongside these finalists
The UK's fraud-reporting body doesn't provide police with information they need to decide whether investigations should go ahead in order to better protect the public, a senior police officer has claimed.
West Dorset MP Oliver Letwin and PCC Martyn Underhill want us to report any bad experiences to them.
A 50-year-old man arrested in Glasgow on Wednesday has appeared in court in Ballymena charged in connection with a multi-million pound fraud investigation.
When does co-operation become capitulation? Is there a danger inherent in co-operating without the guarantee of a favourable outcome?
Cleveland's police and crime commissioner has announced he will not be seeking re-election in May 2020.
HMICFRS has today published our findings for the second group of 14 forces inspected in the PEEL 2018/19 assessment, and Cleveland Police, which we inspected in the third group. The first 14 forces findings were published in May 2019. In early 2020, we will publish the findings from inspections in the remaining 14 forces in England and Wales.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has been advised by one of the UK’s most senior police officers that the Government needs to attract twice the number of recruits to get the forces back to 2009 levels.
Christopher Woodhead’s decade and a half on the run has ended, following an enforcement hearing at Leeds Magistrates’ Court today.
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