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       Catherine Feast                   POLICE April/May – in this issue:
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                                             Murder at Parliament
       Keith Potter                      6   View from the chair: Steve White highlights the belief and
                                             dedication officers show to the policing oath
       Advertising agents:                   Tributes paid to hero PC
       Richard Place
       Chestnut Media                    8   The Station Sergeant: Finding evolution a challenge
       Tel:    01271 324748                  Federation: HMIC  report is a ‘wake-up call’
              07962 370808
       Email:                            10  New Act will mean a ‘massive change’ to custody culture       13  Officer quits amid storm of support
       Every care is taken to ensure     15  Federation reaffirms call for review of policing
       that advertisements are accepted   17  Protect the Protectors campaign builds momentum
       only from bona fide advertisers.
       The Police Federation cannot      28  Firearms incident guidance is ‘not proportionate’                 P10
       accept any liability for losses   29  Taser rollout needs money behind it
       incurred by any person as a                                                             P13
       result of a default on the part of   30  More support for officers and families
       an advertiser.                    31  Recording all use of force brings greater protection
       The views expressed within            for officers
       the magazine are not necessarily
       the views of the Interim National
       Board of the Police Federation of
       England and Wales.
       Chair                             FEATURES
       Steve White
       General Secretary                 18   Hold fire before judging on pensions             P18
       Andy Fittes                           The complex issue of pensions hit the headlines
                                             again following a tribunal ruling in the Government’s
       Treasurer                             favour; POLICE explores some of the common questions
       Martyn Mordecai                       around the 2015 CARE scheme.
       Calum Macleod                     23  How much worse does it have to get?
                                             In the wake light of the latest PEEL Police Effectiveness

       Deputy General Secretary              report, we feature some of the real-life experiences and
       Andy Ward                             welfare concerns of officers on the frontline
       Deputy Treasurer
       Geoff Stuttaford                  REGULARS
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       Reproduction strictly forbidden   32  Members benefits
       unless by prior arrangement with   33  Classifieds
       the publishers.
                                         35  Inspector Gadget: The well-known blogger on
       Cover image:                          all things policing writes for POLICE magazine
       Met Police                                                                              P35
                                             Nick O’Time cartoon
       Correction: Apologies to DC            Tony Judge, the founding editor of POLICE magazine in 1968, passed away in
       Louise Pye who was awarded a           February. Tony served the Police Federation for 50 years and established the
       QPM in the New Year’s Honours      magazine as the voice of the police service. The magazine has evolved since then and
       list and whom we inadvertently                      will celebrate its 50th anniversary next year.
       called a PC in the last edition.

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