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  1. The defendant developed a shopping addiction after the breakdown of her marriage. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1726543/dorset-police-officer-jailed-stolen-money-bournemouth-crown-court
  2. The officer will appear in court next month charged with eight sexual offences. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1728036/dorset-police-officer-charged-with-rape-poole-magistrates-court
  3. Snooping traffic cops have taken to sitting on buses in a bid to spy on badly-behaved drivers using their mobile phones at the wheel. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10524067/Top-deck-detectives-Police-undercover-BUS-spot-drivers-using-mobile-phones.html
  4. A COP paid £150,000 while saying he was too injured to work was caught out by an app that showed him taking 10,000 steps a day. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16638834/police-fraud-paid-150k/
  5. A MARRIED cop was today found not guilty of murder after he admitted killing his lover in a "kerfuffle" as she revealed their 11-year affair to his wife. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/uknews/13031613/married-cop-murdering-lover-feared-affair/
  6. A 'man-wh**e' married police officer strangled his long-term lover after she considered revealing their 10-year affair to his wife, a court has heard. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8831551/PC-broke-lovers-neck-forcing-car-threatened-tell-wife-affair.html
  7. Position creates career path for PCSOs to progress into investigation roles PCSIs Craig Evans and Cheryl Belfield Dorset Police has introduced Police Community Support Investigators (PCSIs). The force says the new role will mean it can better meet the demands of modern policing. The 31 PCSIs will be based out of stations to establish face-to-face contact with victims of crime after an appointment has been scheduled. Feedback revealed the public believed the force did not always respond to crimes in a timely and efficient manner when it had been established there is no immediate risk or danger. The force believes the introduction of PCSIs will solve the problem. On top of the initial nine weeks training for their former role as a PCSO, the new PCSIs have been through a further eight-week intensive training programme involving four weeks of classroom learning and four weeks of on-the-job training, shadowing police constables. The investigators will attend appointments at a pre-agreed time and location to deal with incidents where there is lower threat, harm and risk, such as assaults, criminal damage, shed break-ins, vehicle crime and harassment. They will record crimes, carry out the initial investigation, such as identification of CCTV and witness opportunities, take statements and provide reassurance and crime prevention advice to the victim. The project will also give further support to teams dealing with cyber-crime, child sexual exploitation and sex offences, as well as other areas that generate significant demand. Dorset Assistant Chief Constable Julie Fielding said: “As has been seen in other parts of the country, policing numbers have reduced over the last five years and we must constantly evolve how we operate to ensure we best meet the needs of Dorset residents. “This is an exciting time for our Police Community Support Investigators who have been recruited from our existing Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs). They bring with them a range of skills and years of policing experience which will be very useful in their new roles. “We have been able to invest in increasing resources in areas where we experience significant demand by retraining and redeploying PCSOs from our neighbourhood policing teams, whilst still enabling them to carry out some of their more traditional responsibilities wherever and whenever it is appropriate in a more flexible role." The introduction of the new role also creates a career path for PCSOs to progress into investigation roles. PCSI Cheryl Belfield, of Dorset Police, said: “I’ve been a police community support officer for eight years, but having the opportunity to progress my career within policing was an opportunity I jumped at. We all join policing to help people and in this new role, I can really put my problem solving and investigative skills into practice and have an even greater impact on supporting victims and vulnerable members of our community.” Police and Crime Commissioner, Martyn Underhill said: “Now more than ever, we need to be making best use of available resources. Giving PCSOs an opportunity to diversify their careers is important if we are to retain skilled individuals with a solid understanding of local needs. But beyond this, with PCSIs taking on the initial investigatory work in relation to low threat crimes, our PCSOs will be better able to fulfil their core community engagement role while police officers will have more time to tackle high risk crimes in Dorset.” View On Police Oracle
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