This month's legal Digest examines the Home Affairs Select Committee's recent report on police diversity.
The Digest gives you the latest news on matters relating to operational policing practice and criminal justice.
It is a valuable resource for those responsible for strategic decision-making, operational planning, and police and law enforcement training.
It is particularly informative for students and operational officers, as well as those involved in other areas outside of policing or those who have an interest in policing and criminal justice.
Another key issue in this month's edition is the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Runaway or Missing Children and Adults inquiry into the safeguarding of absent children.
Every edition contains summaries of developments in police law and practice, including new legislation, statutory instruments and case law; recently published government reports and initiatives and the latest statistical bulletins.
The June edition includes:
• reports of cases on the following:
There are also articles on:
• new funding for health based places of safety
• HMIC report on the use of PNC by non-police organisations
• College of Policing consultations on media relations and the definition of 'missing'
• statutory guidance on injunctions to prevent gang-related drug dealing
• new powers to strengthen coastal security
• independent review into Sharia Law
• change to threat level from Northern Ireland related terrorism
• HOC 03/2016: police pension schemes (England and Wales)