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Police chief suspended over fatal shooting

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Police could face charges on cell deaths

POLICE CHIEFS could be prosecuted under new human rights legislation for failing to prevent deaths in custody, an independent investigations body warns today.

Met ready to `take beating on Lawrence'

THE METROPOLITAN Police is prepared to "take a beating" when the report of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry is published this month, John Grieve, the senior Scotland Yard officer in charge of investigating racially motivated crime, said yesterday.

`Suicide' was racist murder

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Police chief suspended over assault claims

ONE OF the country's most senior police officers has been suspended after accusations of "harassment and assault", it was announced yesterday.
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