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National Police Chief’s Council

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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
National Police Chief’s Council calls for tighter laws to prevent dog attacks on livestock Spring lambs are particularly vulnerable to attacks by loose dogs, said rural
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Spring lambs are particularly vulnerable to attacks by loose dogs, said rural insurer NFU Mutual. Picture: Nick Butcher.. Calls from a national policing body... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Lancashire Police to be hit with bill for private forensic company bailoutLancashire Police spokesman said: “In conjunction with the Home Office and Asso
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Lancashire Police spokesman said: “In conjunction with the Home Office and Association of Police & Crime Commissioners, the National Police Chief’s Council is working to minimise the impact on the criminal justice system and ongoing cases on the... Read more
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Hunts Post
‘High number’ of drivers still getting behind the wheel while over drink or drug limitin Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, and Hertfordshire in December as part of a cra
Hunts Post / Posted 17 days ago
in Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, and Hertfordshire in December as part of a crackdown on drink and drug drivers. The National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) annual operation, which ran from December 1 to January 1, saw campaigns run by every... Read more
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Gazette
Police forces in Avon and Somerset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire team up to stop mobile phone use at the wheeljoining forces to stop people using mobile phones at the wheel. The increase i
Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
joining forces to stop people using mobile phones at the wheel. The increase in law enforcement will run in line with the National Police Chief’s Council campaign from Monday, January 22 until Sunday, January 28. It comes as figures from the... Read more
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This is West Country
Drivers who use mobile phones behind the wheel are being targeted by policeforce last year. Avon and Somerset Constabulary are taking part in the targete
This is West Country / Posted a month ago
force last year. Avon and Somerset Constabulary are taking part in the targeted initiative which will run in line with the National Police Chief’s Council campaign until Sunday, January 28. It comes as figures from the Department for Transport... Read more

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