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Showing Stories from 1st July 2020 to 30th November 2022
Highway Code to be revised to take account of change in mobile law

Highway Code to be revised to take account of change in mobile law

(19/11/21) It will also be more precise about the fact that being stationary in traffic counts as driving.

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Home Office finds forces' firearms licensing return reviews 'are robust'

Home Office finds forces' firearms licensing return reviews 'are robust'

(01/11/21) But new statutory guidance requiring licensing officers to conduct 'open source' social media checks come into force today.

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Home Office 'relaxes' conditions attached to S60 stop and search

Home Office 'relaxes' conditions attached to S60 stop and search

(11/08/21) Measures introduced in best use of stop and search scheme to be 'permanently relaxed'.

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(16/06/21) Former Staffordshire officers lose injury on pension appeal (01/06/21) What is the serious violence duty? (20/05/21) Law on unauthorised encampments 'puts police in difficult position' (17/05/21) Force legal services 'couldn't agree a legal definition of a funeral' (13/05/21) Home Office to consider changing rules on mental health disability pay (10/05/21) The Brief: London Allowance due in full during maternity leave (26/04/21) The Brief: a need for prompt service of expert evidence? (08/02/21) The Brief: Troubleshooting the RPRP (18/01/21) PSNI faces legal challenge on powers of entry under Covid laws (23/11/20) The Brief: anonymity at inquests (20/11/20) Campaigns against e-scooters begin as London shifts to legalise (28/10/20) Surrey PCC says trespass should be made a criminal offence (14/10/20) The Brief: an honest belief is no longer sufficient (07/10/20) Reform of search warrants proposed to cut delays and widen scope (24/09/20) Retention of data after Prevent referral breached right to privacy (24/09/20) CHIS law to provide 'clear statutory basis' for undercover activity (22/09/20) Plans to update Modern Slavery Act due to enforcement failings (14/09/20) SVROs to allow knife crime stop and search without suspicion (24/08/20) New fines for gatherings over 30 people welcomed by forces (24/08/20) The Brief: the apology paradox (11/08/20) Appeal court rules that use of LFR breached privacy and data protection (10/08/20) The Brief: New life to appeals (15/07/20) Covert stings by paedophile hunter groups 'do not breach human rights' (07/07/20) The Brief: notable decisions V (06/07/20) Grenfell officers lodge compensation claim against the Met (01/07/20) PCC says he is 'astonished' at lack of clarity and advice on local lockdown
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