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Pc Harper death highlights constant danger to police, says senior investigator

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Pc Harper death highlights constant danger to police, says senior investigator

Pc Harper death highlights constant danger to police, says senior investigator

The death of Pc Andrew Harper has highlighted the constant risks and dangersthat police officers face while on duty, the case’s senior investigatingofficer has said.

Detective Superintendent Stuart Blaik, of the Thames ValleyPolice Major Crime Unit, said a review of risk management around similarincidents would be undertaken following the “catastrophic” event.


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The widow of Pc Andrew Harper is pushing for cross-party support over hercampaign for life sentences for those who kill emergency services workers.Lissie Harper met shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds on Tuesday todiscuss proposals for tougher punishments for criminals involved in the deathsof frontline 999 staff. This follows a meeting last week with Home SecretaryPriti Patel and Justice Secretary Robert Buckland, at which they offered theirsupport.

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Home Secretary Priti Patel is to meet Lissie Harper, the widow of Pc Andrew Harper, to discuss Mrs Harper’s new law proposal which would see those who kill emergency workers jailed for life. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Pc Andrew Harper’s killers to have sentences reviewed by Court of Appeal [Video]

Pc Andrew Harper’s killers to have sentences reviewed by Court of Appeal

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