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Police Post Incident Procedures

Posted: 18 November

Police Post Incident Procedures in England and Wales are a regimented and often changing process which to truly understand requires years of practical experience. It is participated in contemporaneously by different organisations with wildly differing objectives often pulling against...

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Regulations and entitlement of a Police Officer part 2

Posted: 16 August

Following on from my previous blog concerning the first half of the Police Conduct Regulations up until the stage a Complaint Notice was received by an Officer, I have put together a summary of the next stages of the...

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Police misconduct – An initial overview.

Posted: 27 July

 Introduction  Many professional occupations have schemes in place to regulate conduct and discipline procedures – barristers, solicitors, doctors, nurses, teachers and the police to name but a few. In broad terms the aim of the procedures is not to...

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RIDDOR- The 5 W’s and the H to report an incident at work.

WHO should report under RIDDOR? RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and...

- 07 December 2022

Health and safety basics to protect your business- who’s in charge?

The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 set out what employers...

- 07 December 2022

What the Bank of England’s increase base rate to 3% means for your mortgage

The Bank of England has announced an interest rate rise of 0.75%, to 3%...

- 07 December 2022