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"Investigation and public education the key to ending modern slavery" - Orde

President of the Association of Chief Police Officers, Sir Hugh Orde, has spoken out in support of the Home Office's new modern slavery campaign and their dedicated www.modernslavery.co.uk website, which launch today.

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Reports of police seizing mobile phones after every road traffic collision are inaccurate

Following wide reporting that guidance has been issued to officers to examine or seize mobile phones after every road traffic collision today (Saturday, July 26), the National Policing Lead for Roads Policing, Chief Constable Suzette Davenport, has issued the following statement:

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4 days ago

Too many still risking lives by drink and drug driving

Despite repeated warnings about the dangers of driving under the influence of drink or drugs, too many people are still risking their lives and others on our roads, the National Policing Lead for Roads Policing has said.

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6 days ago

Policing of FGM and Forced Marriage will put the victim at the heart of investigation

National Policing Lead on Honour-Based Violence, Forced Marriage and FGM, Commander Mak Chishty, has spoken of his determination for the police to play its part in eradicating FGM and Forced Marriage within the UK, following the announcement of a new package of measures by the government at today's Girl Summit in London.

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8 days ago

British police in Ukraine assisting with disaster victim identification

Police officers are working with Interpol and Dutch colleagues in Ukraine on the tragic MH17 disaster.

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8 days ago

HMIC say that police forces are meeting the challenge of austerity

Police forces in England and Wales have met the financial challenge of the spending review – crime continues to fall, victim satisfaction is up, and forces are protecting their front line services as best they can, an HMIC report found today.

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8 days ago

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