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STRATHCLYDE POLICE 'HOPEFUL' OVER 260 NEW OFFICERS

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Strathclyde police authority anticipates it will be given the go-ahead to recruit another 260 police when Scottish ...
Strathclyde police authority anticipates it will be given the go-ahead to recruit another 260 police when Scottish Office home affairs minister Lord James Douglas-Hamilton visits the force headquarters in Glasgow today, The Herald reports (p2).

Police authority chairman James Jennings said last night he was 'very hopeful' that this would be the outcome of the meeting. He anticipated that permission would be granted for phase six of the civilianisation programme, which would increase the number of new personnel on the streets to more than 400.
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