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Keith Whitnell
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We were processing a 63 year old woman in the custody suite for shoplifting plus a subsequent attack on both the store detective and the attending police officer. Out of her handbag we retrieved numerous remote controls. "What's all this?" asked the Custody Sergeant. "TV, Sky box, video, dvd player, stereo system, portable tv in the kitchen,...

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Reg Leonard
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The World Cup Stolen in London. ...

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Dave Roberts
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My Inspector told me this story the other day, and I still haven't stopped laughing ! ...

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Reg Leonard
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All Part Of The Learning Curve. ...

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Quirkies

Computer hacker Assange slams prison IT

Computer hacker and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has complained about IT provision in his prison.

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No laughing matter for police despite 'rebellion' sending in the clown

Performer captured in mid-air arrest praises 'kind officers giving me hot vegan food'.

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On a More Serious Note

Probation not learning from serious further offences

Too many Serious Further Offence reviews are falling below par, with services not sufficiently identifying the necessary learning according to a new report.

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Review of use of force cases in custody highlights 'poor techniques'

Unannounced inspection of North Yorkshire custody sites raises governance issues and poor recording practices.

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TVP call handling apprentices "hit the ground running"

Over 200 call handlers have now completed an apprenticeship with Thames Valley Police.

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