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In the News
Custody database images should be deleted on request, government says 16:16, 24th February GMT
Photos of people not convicted of offences should be removed.
'Horrendous' IPCC post-incident guidelines are 'nonsense' 12:08, 24th February GMT
PFEW firearms lead Che Donald has heavily criticised the draft guidance issued on PIP.
PC dismissed after IPCC challenge to force misconduct sanction 11:35, 24th February GMT
Jonathan Mortimer failed to check a pensioner's driving licence had been revoked.
Force doctor carried out 'grossly unacceptable' medical examinations 16:57, 23rd February GMT
Avon and Somerset Constabulary commissioned an independent investigation into the actions of Dr Reginald Bunting.
Teenage special dismissed after taking police car for a spin without permission 06:03, 24th February GMT
The 19-year-old has also been disqualified from driving for six months, given six points on his licence and handed a fine.
DNA database most effective since records began 05:02, 24th February GMT
Official figures released today demonstrate the 'continuing effectiveness' of the database according to the policing minister.
Officers served with gross misconduct notices after race relations officer tasered 16:30, 23rd February GMT
The IPCC are investigating the incident.
Number of detainees will continue to fall as 'traditional methods' change 05:02, 24th February GMT
Met deputy commissioner said policy changes mean less people are being held in custody suites.
New welfare support service has saved four officer's lives 05:02, 24th February GMT
The scheme run by the PFOA is open to officers involved in a death or serious injury incident, or need other types of support.
Mind the gap: Obstacles in developing the new emergency services network 05:02, 24th February GMT
Push-to-talk functionality on the London Underground has been a hard won police radio capability, but its future on the new LTE network faces serious hurdles. Gary Mason reports.