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Dangerous Dogs Policy (Harmonised)PolicyCost
Summary: This document reflects the policy of Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police. It sets out how the Forces respond to incidents involving dangerous dogs. The policy is aimed at police dog handlers, police officers, control room staff, supervisors and management who are involved in the response to incidents concerning dangerous dogs.Online 
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Data Protection Policy (Harmonised)PolicyCost
Summary: Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police are committed to protecting the rights of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data.  They will comply with, and process personal data in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 in all respects.Online 
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Deployment of Police Dogs Policy (Harmonised)PolicyCost
Summary: This policy ensures that both Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police maintain an effective resource of appropriately trained dog handlers and dogs to deal with any incident or event where the use of police dogs may be necessary.Online 
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Deployment Principles Policy (Harmonised)PolicyCost
Summary: The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance that will fully support the response management to all incidents.  The main priority of Call Handlers and Controllers will be to meet the needs of the caller based on THREAT, HARM & RISK, balanced against the availability of resources by applying the most appropriate response deployment.Online 
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Digital Forensics' Unit Policy (Harmonised)PolicyCost
Summary: The Digital Forensics' Unit has to adopt a more proportionate way of working. It has to adopt a strict submissions' process to screen the cases submitted into the unit for examination. The unit is required to introduce threshold criteria for indecent images of children. The introduction of a forfeiture procedure is also required to lawfully dispose of devices containing illegally held data.Online 
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Disciplinary Policy (Police Staff) (Harmonised)PolicyCost
Summary: The purpose of the Policy is to ensure a fair, consistent and timely means of managing and maintaining disciplinary standards for permanent and temporary police staff employees of Warwickshire Police, West Mercia Police and OPCC (Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner). This Policy does not cover contractors, casual workers, police staff volunteers or workers employed by an agency.Online 
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