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  1. The first prosecution for spitting at a police officer under new laws has collapsed after the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) ruled it was not in the public interest. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/08/21/first-prosecution-spitting-police-officer-new-assault-laws-collapses/
  2. Five police officers will not face prosecution after the death of a mentally ill man in custody, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has ruled. Sean Rigg's family said it was "shameful" the CPS had upheld its decision from 2016. The musician, 40, died from a heart attack at Brixton police station in south London in 2008. In 2012 an inquest jury found that police used "unsuitable" force after arresting Mr Rigg. The CPS chose not to authorise charges against any of the officers last year because the evidential threshold was not met. A review began at the request of Mr Ri
  3. This is a great programme, it's really interesting to see how the CPS operates. Episode 1 - The Charge - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b071gvs3 Episode 2 - The Proof - http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0726h15/the-prosecutors-real-crime-and-punishment-2-the-proof Episode 3 - The Trial - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b072wyvj
  4. ‘I blocked a bailiff – and paid the price’When Ronald Grant became involved in a brawl with a JBW ‘enforcement agent’ he was arrested and lost his job. He was later completely vindicated by the Crown Prosecution Service http://www.theguardian.com/money/2015/aug/15/bailiff-rights-dispute-jbw-police-enforcement
  5. Cameron Hassan, 25, of Llanelli, kicked his brother in the face, daubed his police cell in excrement and spat in the face of an officer A decision by the CPS has come under fire by a judge at Swansea Crown Court A judge is demanding answers from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) after he said he could not give a violent thug a proper prison sentence. Swansea Crown Court heard that Cameron Hassan, of Llanelli, rendered his brother Daniel unconscious after kicking him full in the face. The victim suffered injuries including a large lump to the back of his head as well as swelling to his
  6. One of the UK’s most senior police officers has called for a review of why UK authorities were forced to free a Manchester terrorist in 2009 due to lack of evidence, when US prosecutors managed to convict the same man on Wednesday.   Greater Manchester’s chief constable, Sir Peter Fahy, has said Abid Naseer, who was arrested six years ago amid fears that he was planning to bomb the city’s Arndale shopping centre, should have been put on trial in the UK.   However, Fahy explained his force’s inability to collect sufficient evidence against Naseer by saying
  7. http://www.courier.co.uk/Investigation-dropped-Kent-Police-Crime/story-26077091-detail/story.html
  8. source I think there is far more to this than the daily mail or this guy are making out. You don't get arrested for pomping your horn once then calmly talking to the officer when challenged. Also nice sensationalist headline, when you are arrested you tend to be "thrown" in a cell, you also have your dna and finger prints taken as standard. If these officers are looking for a missing child then they're going to let a lot slide so not to be doverted from the search. Also since when did cctv always show "threatening and abusive behaviour" unless it was perfect quality and you had a lip readin

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