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Almost all of the officers under investigation for alleged violence against members of the public are still on the beat

Over 3,000 police officers being investigated for alleged assault - and almost all of them are still on the beat

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Rolf Harris arriving at Southwark Crown Court on May 14, 2014

Rolf Harris could face new charges after 'full file' of evidence handed to prosecutors

The entertainer was sentenced to six years in prison for sexual offences last year

PSNI Chief Superintendent Nigel Grimshaw warned other officers to be vigilant

Bomb 'targeting police' in Belfast exploded safely after Catholic priest receives warning

Police said that 'innocent people going about their daily lives' would have been killed if the device in Ardoyne was detonated

Sir Norman Bettison is the most senior police figure to give evidence to the inquests

Hillsborough inquiry: Former chief inspector at time of disaster chokes up as he says he was blamed for a 'cover-up' of a plan to smear fans

The most senior police officer to give evidence at the inquests so far appears to have softened his stance

A marijuana plant

Man jailed for shooting at men trying to steal plants from his Manchester cannabis farm

Police said the attempted burglars escaped with their lives by 'sheer luck'

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Former MP Eric Joyce found guilty of 'unprovoked' assault on two teenagers in a shop

The former MP for Falkirk told the court he was performing a 'citiizens' arrest'

Jimmy Savile: Publication into TV presenter's abuse over decades at BBC postponed

The report was compiled after the investigation interviewed 375 witnesses in connection with Savile and more than 100 about presenter Stuart Hall

Stuart Young, from the Sighthill area of Edinburgh, was convicted on two charges of rape and one of sexual assault

Man convicted of raping one-day-old baby

The details of the case were so horrific that jurors were exempted from jury duty for five years

Sir Norman Bettison (left) arrives to give evidence at the inquests in Warrington yesterday

Hillsborough inquest: Ex-chief denies saying police tried to blame drunk fans

Sir Norman Bettison was chief inspector when 96 fans were fatally crushed

Ione Wells, who is behind the #NotGuilty campaign (Image: Instagram/Ione Wells)

Ione Wells: Mother heard Oxford student being assaulted without realising it was her daughter

Cindy Wells said she rushed outside to help a woman being attacked, only to discover it was her daughter Ione

Gwent Police undated handout photo of Mark Jones who has been found guilty at Newport Crown Court of murdering his five-week-old granddaughter, Amelia

Grandfather Mark Jones is jailed for life for murdering newborn granddaughter

Jones had also convinced his daughter that he had cancer

Claire Waxman speaking on BBC about her ordeal

Stalker who Googled victim's name 40,000 times jailed for three years

Elliot Fogel was jailed for three years and six months after a persistent campaign of harassment against Claire Waxman

Student 'in hiding' after father threatens to kill her because of 'Westernised behaviour'

Barrister says the woman, in her twenties, was 'in fear for her safety'

Joe Lewis' firm JL Trading was linked to a suspected Ponzi fraud last December

Police question trader in £130m suspected Ponzi investment fraud

Many investors, some of whom are in their Seventies and Eighties, are facing financial ruin after handing over their life savings

The moment the armed robber slips over

Watch inept armed robber slip over during hold up at Belfast off-licence

Despite falling over and revealing his face, the man managed to escape

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