BRITAIN: Lawmakers planning to block all porn sites to prevent accessibility to children – RT UK – @AceNewServices


#AceNewReport – Nov.20: The British government has outlined plans to clamp down on porn websites that fail to check if their visitors are over 18. 

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ENFIELD(CT): Just across the state line, in Connecticut, #police are searching for an armed robbery suspect – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Nov.19: Police search for armed robbery subject in Enfield 

Enfield Police Detective Michael Bailey told 22News at about 1 o’clock Saturday afternoon, a man walked into the Sunoco Gas station on Enfield Street armed with a knife and demanded money. He then ran out of the store heading south towards Enfield Plaza.

22News has obtained gas station surveillance images. The man is described as a white man, about 5-feet 9-inches tall, wearing glasses, an orange knit hat, green jacket and tan pants.

If you have information that might help the #police, you can call them at 860-763-8912.

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ATLANTA(GA): Police investigating fatal #shooting of man near Five Points MARTA Station – FOX 5 Atlanta – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Nov.19: One man shot and killed near MARTA station // WAGA

One man shot and killed near MARTA station

ATLANTA – Atlanta police are investigating a shooting that took place near a MARTA station at 30 Marietta Street.

The #shooting happened shortly before 2:00 p.m. on Saturday.

The investigation is underway and homicide is in route.

Scene near 5 Points Marta station where @Atlanta_Police say man was shot, killed @FOX5Atlanta pic.twitter.com/5jvbcz5VLp

— Marissa Mitchell (@MarissaMFOX5) November 19, 2016

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NEW YORK STATE: Attorney General Eric Schneiderman: ‘Today’s $25 million settlement agreement is a stunning reversal by Donald Trump and a major victory for the over 6,000 victims of his fraudulent university’ – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Nov.19: New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman: ‘Today’s $25 million settlement agreement is a stunning reversal by Donald Trump and a major victory for the over 6,000 victims of his fraudulent university’


NY AG announces $25M settlement in Trump University case.

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18/11/2016, 21:11

NY AG announces $25M settlement in Trump University case. pic.twitter.com/7xwvyOgbDe

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BRITAIN: #IPCC has begun an independent investigation following the death of a man in custody at Southall Police Station on Friday 18 November – IPCC – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Nov.19: Initial information indicates that the man, who is white and in his 50s, was arrested in the Acton area at 10.50am on Thursday 17 November and taken to Southall Custody Suite. Concerns for the man’s condition were raised during a routine check at approximately 6am today. His condition quickly deteriorated, and medical assistance was provided by police and the ambulance service, but the man was pronounced dead at around 7.30am.

The #IPCC was informed of the death by the Metropolitan Police Service and an independent investigation was declared at 8.30am.
#IPCC investigators have attended the scene and the post incident procedure, where officers and staff from the custody suite are providing initial accounts.
Efforts are being made to contact the man’s family to inform them of his death. A post mortem is due to take place in the coming days.
Associate Commissioner Tom Milsom said:
“My thoughts are with the family and friends of the man and all those affected by his death.
“The investigation, which is in its very early stages, will look at the full circumstances surrounding this incident.”
An act of parliament that provides the core framework of police powers to combat crime and provide codes of practice for the exercise of these powers.
Leads and manages the development of the police service in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The body that represents the interests of all police constables, sergeants, and inspectors.
Department within a police force that deals with complaints and conduct matters.
The average is calculated using the individual results of the forces in that most similar force group.
An investigation carried out by IPCC staff.
Carried out by the police under their own direction and control. The IPCC sets the terms of reference and receives the investigation report when it is complete. Complainants have a right of appeal following a supervised investigation (unless it is an investigation into a direction and control matter).
This act sets out how the police complaints system operates.
How a police force is run, for example policing standards or policing policy.
An investigation carried out by the police under the direction and control of the IPCC.
An intelligence-led agency with law enforcement powers, it is also responsible for reducing the harm that is caused to people and communities by serious organised crime.
Investigations carried out entirely by the police. Complainants have a right of appeal following a local investigation (unless it is an investigation into a direction and control matter).
A person is adversely affected is he or she suffers any form of loss or damage, distress or inconvenience, if he or she is put in danger or is otherwise unduly put at risk of being adversely affected.
IPCC guidance to the police service and police authorities on the handling of complaints.
Parameters within which an investigation is conducted.
A complaint or recordable conduct matter that doesn’t need to be referred to the IPCC, but where the seriousness or circumstances justifies referral.
An act of parliament that provides the core framework of police powers to combat crime and provide codes of practice for the exercise of these powers.
Leads and manages the development of the police service in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The body that represents the interests of all police constables, sergeants, and inspectors.
Department within a police force that deals with complaints and conduct matters.
The average is calculated using the individual results of the forces in that most similar force group.
An investigation carried out by IPCC staff.
Carried out by the police under their own direction and control. The IPCC sets the terms of reference and receives the investigation report when it is complete. Complainants have a right of appeal following a supervised investigation (unless it is an investigation into a direction and control matter).
This act sets out how the police complaints system operates.
How a police force is run, for example policing standards or policing policy.
An investigation carried out by the police under the direction and control of the IPCC.
An intelligence-led agency with law enforcement powers, it is also responsible for reducing the harm that is caused to people and communities by serious organised crime.
Investigations carried out entirely by the police. Complainants have a right of appeal following a local investigation (unless it is an investigation into a direction and control matter).
A person is adversely affected is he or she suffers any form of loss or damage, distress or inconvenience, if he or she is put in danger or is otherwise unduly put at risk of being adversely affected.
IPCC guidance to the police service and police authorities on the handling of complaints.
Parameters within which an investigation is conducted.
This could be the Police and Crime Commissioner, the Common Council for the City of London, or the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime.
A flexible process for dealing with complaints that can be adapted to the needs of the complainant. It may involve, for example, providing information and an explanation, an apology, or a meeting between the complainant and the officer involved.
A flexible process for dealing with complaints that can be adapted to the needs of the complainant. It may involve, for example, providing information and an explanation, an apology, or a meeting between the complainant and the officer involved.
Consists of a chair, two deputy chairs, and commissioners – each responsible for specific police forces, guardianship work and individual cases.
A matter where no complaint has been received, but where there is an indication that a person serving with the police may have committed a criminal offence or behaved in a manner that would justify disciplinary proceedings.
An act of parliament that provides the core framework of police powers to combat crime and provide codes of practice for the exercise of these powers.
Leads and manages the development of the police service in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The body that represents the interests of all police constables, sergeants, and inspectors.
Department within a police force that deals with complaints and conduct matters.
The average is calculated using the individual results of the forces in that most similar force group.
An investigation carried out by IPCC staff.
Carried out by the police under their own direction and control. The IPCC sets the terms of reference and receives the investigation report when it is complete. Complainants have a right of appeal following a supervised investigation (unless it is an investigation into a direction and control matter).
This act sets out how the police complaints system operates.
How a police force is run, for example policing standards or policing policy.
An investigation carried out by the police under the direction and control of the IPCC.
An intelligence-led agency with law enforcement powers, it is also responsible for reducing the harm that is caused to people and communities by serious organised crime.
Investigations carried out entirely by the police. Complainants have a right of appeal following a local investigation (unless it is an investigation into a direction and control matter).
A person is adversely affected is he or she suffers any form of loss or damage, distress or inconvenience, if he or she is put in danger or is otherwise unduly put at risk of being adversely affected.
IPCC guidance to the police service and police authorities on the handling of complaints.
Parameters within which an investigation is conducted.
A complaint or recordable conduct matter that doesn’t need to be referred to the IPCC, but where the seriousness or circumstances justifies referral.
An act of parliament that provides the core framework of police powers to combat crime and provide codes of practice for the exercise of these powers.
Leads and manages the development of the police service in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The body that represents the interests of all police constables, sergeants, and inspectors.
Department within a police force that deals with complaints and conduct matters.
The average is calculated using the individual results of the forces in that most similar force group.
An investigation carried out by IPCC staff.
Carried out by the police under their own direction and control. The IPCC sets the terms of reference and receives the investigation report when it is complete. Complainants have a right of appeal following a supervised investigation (unless it is an investigation into a direction and control matter).
This act sets out how the police complaints system operates.
How a police force is run, for example policing standards or policing policy.
An investigation carried out by the police under the direction and control of the IPCC.
An intelligence-led agency with law enforcement powers, it is also responsible for reducing the harm that is caused to people and communities by serious organised crime.
Investigations carried out entirely by the police. Complainants have a right of appeal following a local investigation (unless it is an investigation into a direction and control matter).
A person is adversely affected is he or she suffers any form of loss or damage, distress or inconvenience, if he or she is put in danger or is otherwise unduly put at risk of being adversely affected
IPCC guidance to the police service and police authorities on the handling of complaints.
Parameters within which an investigation is conducted.
This could be the Police and Crime Commissioner, the Common Council for the City of London, or the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime.
A flexible process for dealing with complaints that can be adapted to the needs of the complainant. It may involve, for example, providing information and an explanation, an apology, or a meeting between the complainant and the officer involved.
A flexible process for dealing with complaints that can be adapted to the needs of the complainant. It may involve, for example, providing information and an explanation, an apology, or a meeting between the complainant and the officer involved.
Consists of a chair, two deputy chairs, and commissioners – each responsible for specific police forces, guardianship work and individual cases.
Disapplication means that a police force may handle a complaint in whatever way it thinks fit, including not dealing with it under complaints legislation. This may only happen in certain circumstances where the complaint fits one or more of the grounds for disapplication set out in law.
The ending of an ongoing investigation into a complaint, conduct matter or DSI matter. An investigation may only be discontinued if it meets one or more of the grounds for discontinuance set out in law.
Used to house anyone who has been detained.
Complainants have the right to appeal to the IPCC if a police force did not record their complaint or notify the correct police force if it was made originally to the wrong force.
The purpose of an investigation is to establish the facts behind a complaint, conduct matter, or DSI matter; and reach conclusions. An investigator looks into a complaint and produces a report that details the outcome of each allegation. There are four types of investigation: local investigation, supervised investigation, managed investigation and independent investigation.

The ending of an ongoing investigation into a complaint, conduct matter or DSI matter. An investigation may only be discontinued if it meets one or more of the grounds for discontinuance set out in law.
A person who makes a complaint about the conduct of someone serving with the police.
The ending of an ongoing investigation into a complaint, conduct matter or DSI matter. An investigation may only be discontinued if it meets one or more of the grounds for discontinuance set out in law.
The type of behaviour being complained about. A single complaint case can have one or many allegations An independent judicial officer, the coroner enquires into deaths reported to him/her.

Disapplication means that a police force may handle a complaint in whatever way it thinks fit, including not dealing with it under complaints legislation. This may only happen in certain circumstances where the complaint fits one or more of the grounds for disapplication set out in law.

A record is made of a complaint, giving it formal status as a complaint under the Police Reform Act 2002.
No further action may be taken with regard to a complaint if the complainant decides to retract their allegation(s).
Casework involves assessing appeals. Casework staff also have a role in overseeing the police complaints system to help ensure police forces handle complaints in the best possible way.

The IPCC must be notified about specific types of complaint or incidents to be able to decide how they should be dealt with.
Disapplication means that a police force may handle a complaint in whatever way it thinks fit, including not dealing with it under complaints legislation. This may only happen in certain circumstances where the complaint fits one or more of the grounds for disapplication set out in law.

No further action may be taken with regard to a complaint if the complainant decides to retract their allegation(s).
Conduct includes acts, omissions, statements and decisions (whether actual, alleged or inferred). For example: language used and the manner or tone of communications
An application by a complainant for a police decision to be reviewed.

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FRANCE: Police investigating phoned-in #bomb threat at a Paris hospital – BFMTV – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Nov.16: Paris: alerte à la bombe levée, l’hôpital Georges Pompidou de nouveau accessible 

Les forces de l’ordre ont levé l’alerte à la bombe à l’hôpital Georges Pompidou, dans le XVe arrondissement de Paris. Le personnel avait reçu un appel anonyme ce vendredi après-midi, faisant état d’une alerte à la bombe. 

Dans un communiqué, l’hôpital expliquait avoir fermé les accès “par mesure de précaution”, en accord avec les autorités de police. “Les urgences sont orientées vers les autres établissements de l’AP-HP. Les mouvements des patients sont limités au maximum au sein de l’hôpital”.

La fermeture aura duré trois heures. A 18h30 un communiqué expliquait que “quelques patients ont dû être déplacés pour faciliter le travail des forces de l’ordre”. Quant au service des urgences, lui aussi provisoirement fermé, il rouvrira à 21 heures.

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LONG COUNTY(Ga): US Marshals Service says agent killed Friday morning while serving a fugitive warrant at the Spring Creek Mobile Home Park: They also report the #GBI and #FBI are on the scene – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Nov.18: U.S. Marshall killed serving warrant in Georgia 

U.S. Marshall killed serving warrant in Georgia

US Marshal #killed in Long Co. GA

Kristen Reed, WXIA 12:15 PM. EST November 18, 2016

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LONG COUNTY, Ga. — A U.S. Deputy Marshall was #killed in Long County, Ga. according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

He was #killed around 9:00 a.m. Friday morning.

According to WSAV-News, the Deputy Marshall was serving a fugitive warrant at the Spring Creek Mobile Home Park. They also report the #GBI and #FBI are on the scene.

More details to follow.

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