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Date: 21st February 2017
This issue our cover star is Birmingham Beat bobby, PC Jonathan Lander who next year is poised to join international police conventions in Hong Kong and China focusing on culture, traditions, and giving an insight into triad gangs.
His time in Hong Kong and China will improve his understanding of Chinese culture, help him build community links and identify community-led solutions to issues, and promote inter-cultural dialogue.
Over 30 current and former members of the police service in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have been recognised in the New Year Honours list for 2017.
We have a two-page feature profiling some of the officers who were honoured and how their police career lead them to this prestigious recognition.
Congratulations from all of us at The Billboard!
A global human rights group has hailed West Midlands Police for its Stop and Search reforms – and suggested Continental cops could benefit from following the force’s lead.
Open Society Foundations hosted a conference in Birmingham to shine a light on West Midlands Police’s efforts make street stops fairer, more targeted and officers more accountable.
You can read more about the excellent work West Midlands Police are doing inside.
We also have our usual round up of News, Charity, Technology and Work Moves.