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Home Secretary Sajid Javid is embroiled in a new row with frontline police officers over a "shambolic" review they claim has failed to protect armed officers from lengthy and damaging  investigations if they shoot suspects.

The police federation, which represents frontline officers, said the conclusions of a three-year firearms review, revealed in a short Home Office statement, did nothing to allay armed officers’ fears of being treated as suspects “just for doing their job.”

The review was set up in 2015 after Lord Hogan-Howe, then Metropolitan Police Commissioner, warned the lack of protection for firearms officers would prevent forces recruiting the number they needed to fight terrorists on...

Home Secretary Sajid Javid is embroiled in a new row with frontline police officers over a "shambolic" review they claim has failed to protect armed officers from lengthy and damaging  investigations if they shoot suspects.

The police federation, which represents frontline officers, said the conclusions of a three-year firearms review, revealed in a short Home Office statement, did nothing to allay armed officers’ fears of being treated as suspects “just for doing their job.”

The review was set up in 2015 after Lord Hogan-Howe, then Metropolitan Police Commissioner, warned the lack of protection for firearms officers would prevent forces recruiting the number they needed to fight terrorists on...

Home Secretary Sajid Javid is embroiled in a new row with frontline police officers over a "shambolic" review they claim has failed to protect armed officers from lengthy and damaging  investigations if they shoot suspects.

The police federation, which represents frontline officers, said the conclusions of a three-year firearms review, revealed in a short Home Office statement, did nothing to allay armed officers’ fears of being treated as suspects “just for doing their job.”

The review was set up in 2015 after Lord Hogan-Howe, then Metropolitan Police Commissioner, warned the lack of protection for firearms officers would prevent forces recruiting the number they needed to fight terrorists on...

Home Secretary Sajid Javid is embroiled in a new row with frontline police officers over a "shambolic" review they claim has failed to protect armed officers from lengthy and damaging  investigations if they shoot suspects.

The police federation, which represents frontline officers, said the conclusions of a three-year firearms review, revealed in a short Home Office statement, did nothing to allay armed officers’ fears of being treated as suspects “just for doing their job.”

The review was set up in 2015 after Lord Hogan-Howe, then Metropolitan Police Commissioner, warned the lack of protection for firearms officers would prevent forces recruiting the number they needed to fight terrorists on...