Daily Policing Media Summary

Top Stories

Times reports that the private hospital where the Princess of Wales had abdominal surgery has launched an investigation into claims her confidentiality was breached while she was a patient.

Police Oracle report on PFEW’s annual Pay and Morale survey, which found half of respondents said they never or rarely get a weekly rest day.

BBC and Police Oracle report on the IOPC making national recommendations to the Home Office about child strip search practice.

Other Stories

Police Oracle focus on a new report about devolving policing in Wales, which could allow for ‘greater alignment and integration of policing with the broader public service approach.’

Standard reports that a Met officer who protects the Royal Family has been praised for stopping a young woman being strangled in London.

Daily Mail reports that an actor-turned-detective, who worked in the Met Police safeguarding unit, pled guilty to one count of stalking at Highbury Magistrates' Court on March 14.

BBC report £620,000 worth of class A drugs have been seized and 42 people arrested in a major crackdown on ‘county lines’ crime in West Yorkshire.

BBC has a news feature on Inspector Jim Beaton, who was shot three times on 20 March 1974 when Princess Anne was ambushed by an armed kidnapper.


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Andrew Gold

Senior Media Officer

College of Policing