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Police and crime commissioners update bulletin
Twelfth edition of the bulletin includes information on the Home Office PCC marketing campaign, plus much more.
Published 28 September 2012
New policing minister visits West Midlands
Damian Green meets officers spending more time on the beat thanks to new fingerprint equipment.
Published 12 September 2012
Police and public to benefit from reforms
The Home Secretary addresses the Police Superintendents' Association conference.
Published 11 September 2012
New information on reform to police pension schemes.
Published 4 September 2012
Police and crime commissioners oath of impartiality
PCCs will be required to pledge an oath to represent 'all sections of the public without fear or favour'.
Published 16 August 2012
College of Policing
The college will be established in December 2012 and will set standards for training, development, skills and qualifications.
Published 16 July 2012
New police ICT company to drive down costs
Company will offer police forces better value for money.
Published 17 July 2012
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