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100th edition of Policing Insight newsletter published

OPEN 5th April 2017Policing Insight team

We've reached a milestone: 100 Policing Insight newsletters. In that time, we've published 962 articles from a total of 284 authors. Thank you for your support, whether you're an author or a reader. Here's to the next 100 weekly newsletters!

The 100th edition of the Policing Insight newsletter has been delivered to inboxes across the UK and beyond this morning.

Since 22nd April 2015, we have shared exclusives, analysed issues from the arming of officers to Evidence-Based Policing, and given a platform to frontline police officers, leading figures in technology development, policing-focused academia, the police supplier community, the third sector, relevant charities and a great many people and organisations in between.

We could not have reached this milestone without our dedicated team of writers and our extensive network of contributors; we thank you all sincerely. Even bigger thanks go to you, our readers. Your feedback, article suggestions and insightful comments continue to ensure we’re producing material which is both interesting and helpful.

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