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Latest News

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bullet point    Posthumous award for PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone

bullet point    Conference Keynote Speech - Home Secretary

bullet point    Conference Keynote Speech - Steve White

bullet point    Federation Press Watch 19 May 2015

bullet point    Enough is enough: Cuts have consequences

bullet point    PFEW Annual Conference Agenda 2015

bullet point    Mental Health Foundations "Mental Health Awareness Week"

Policing News

Adam Salah: Tasered man detained for Salford sex attack
A man who had to be Tasered by police officers trying to rescue his victim as he attempted to rape her, has been detained for nearly six years.
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Source: BBC

Merseyside police officer charged with 'on-duty sex act with prostitute'
A police officer has been charged after allegations he engaged in a sexual act with a prostitute while he was on duty.
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Source: BBC