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Home Office encourages civil servants across government to volunteer with police

Civil Service increases special leave allocation for special constables Civil servants volunteering as special constables will get up to 12 days paid special leave a year to spend more time supporting their local police force, following an initiative from the Home Office. Cabinet Office and HM Treasury are among the…
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Call for views for independent review into local authority audit

Sir Tony Redmond has called for views for his independent review into the quality and effectiveness of the audit of local authorities An independent review is calling for views on the quality and effectiveness of the audit and financial reporting of local authorities in England. The review, led by the…
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More victims able to challenge ‘unduly lenient’ prison sentences

Under plans confirmed by ministers today (17 September 2019), the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme will be extended to 14 new offences • 14 new offences added to Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme• prison terms for a range of sexual offences to come into scope• part of wider action to ensure punishment…
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New technology to detect knives in public places

New technology designed to spot hidden weapons will be used by police officers in London for the first time today A Home Office funded trial will take place in Stratford station, East London, as part of the government’s continued drive to crack down on knife crime. The specialised technology…
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Education Secretary backs review of university admissions

The Education Secretary has backed a review which will consider whether students should apply to university after getting their A level results Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has backed a review of university admissions, which will consider whether students should apply to university after getting their A level results alongside other…