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The West Midlands police and crime commissioner (PCC) has scrapped the force's plans for business partnering. Labour PCC Bob Jones also said "new options" would be considered which could mean private contractors providing technology for the force.
Five officers questioned in inquiry into alleged practice of persuading prisoners to admit to unsolved crimes to meet detection targets
Two men have been jailed after police came under fire during riots in Birmingham in August 2011.
The murder convictions of five men for a gangland-hit were quashed after damning reports were withheld detailing how police handlers took a key witness out drinking to nightclubs and turned a blind eye to his criminal behaviour, the Appeal Court said yesterday.
National Fraud Inititative claims to have saved nearly £1bn of taxpayers' money in the last 16 years
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Derbyshire Constabulary has received reports from people who have been contacted by fraudsters claiming to be from Action Fraud.
Thirty-seven organisations joined forces today to launch ‘Fighting Fraud Together’, a new strategy that aims to reduce fraud - a crime estimated to cost the UK £38 billion every year.
Police should stop giving up on crimes that are difficult to solve and instead allow victims to decide whether an offence is investigated, Britain’s most senior officer has said.
The first forum looked at how Greater Manchester Police deals with fraud cases. PCC, Tony Lloyd says he chose this topic after being contacted by members of the public, and MPs on behalf of constituents, about their experience as victims of fraud.
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