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Liberty report “exposes police forces’ use of discriminatory data to predict crime”

At least 14 UK police forces have used or intend to use discriminatory computer programs to predict where crime will be committed and by whom. That’s according to research results published by Human Rights campaigning organisation Liberty. The new report entitled...
Posted On 04 Feb 2019
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BikeRegister and British Transport Police look to break cycle of bike crime across UK

The third annual Cycle Crime Conference – hosted by BikeRegister (the national cycle database) in association with the British Transport Police (BTP) – took place in Birmingham on Tuesday 5 July. Following on from last year’s hugely successful event, officers...
Posted On 12 Jul 2017
Almost 800 foreign crime suspects were arrested in Great Britain between 22 and 26 June as part of a national crackdown on overseas criminals
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Close on 800 crime suspects arrested by police thanks to instigation of Operation Trivium IV

From 22-26 June, almost 800 foreign crime suspects were arrested in Great Britain as part of a national crackdown on overseas criminals. The ‘fourth edition’ of Operation Trivium witnessed police officers from Romania and Lithuania – as well as Dutch police...
Posted On 06 Jul 2015
David Bolt: the new Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration
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David Bolt appointed Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration

Home Secretary Theresa May has announced that David Bolt will be the next Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration. Bolt is currently CEO of the International Federation of Spirits Producers, an organisation that works diligently to combat the counterfeiting of its...
Posted On 24 Feb 2015