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BBC Crimewatch Appeals

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In the News
Fed accuses forces of misleading officers on Time Off for Dependants 15:57, 24th June GMT
The Federation has said a number of forces are misleading officers and denying them their entitlements to Time Off for Dependants and Parental Bereavement Leave.
Fundraising group covers over 9,000 miles in tribute to late dog handler 14:42, 24th June GMT
The group walked, ran and cycled the distance to pay tribute to the former dog handler who died from heart disease.
Retired NI officers launch judicial review against Police Ombudsman 14:54, 24th June GMT
Former NI officers are challenging the policing ombudsman over claims of sectarian bias during The Troubles.
ROCU starts training academy to help fill specialist roles 23:02, 26th June GMT
The Yorkshire and Humberside ROCU has also replaced the traditional application form and interview process with a deductive reasoning test.
Nottinghamshire chief constable set to lead West Midlands 10:38, 24th June GMT
The leading Chief on BAME issues is set to lead the country's second biggest force.
Police Scotland managed Cop26 response with £13m underspend 10:47, 24th June GMT
Papers have been presented to the Scottish Police Authority which showed that the cost of policing the event was £13m below the original budget.
Child safeguarding gets praise but HMI concerned over resources 07:26, 24th June GMT
Two HMIC reviews of Hertfordshire Constabulary and the National Crime Agency for safeguarding have been published today.
MoJ warned uncosted and vague victim reforms will hit forces 07:57, 25th June GMT
Plans to overhaul victims' rights have significant gaps, council and police leaders have told MPs.
Big police IT projects 'would benefit from independent scrutiny' 13:18, 23rd June GMT
Academics "pointed out things we had missed" says officer who lead mobile working project.
IOPC to re-investigate Port case after new evidence 14:14, 23rd June GMT
The conduct watchdog is reopening its investigation into the case of multiple murderer Stephen Port.