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Association of Police Authorities (APA) Partly in response to criticism of their lack of influence, police authorities in England & Wales established a national representative organization in 1997.
But the Association of Police Authorities (APA) has accused Mr Clarke of trying to 'bribe' forces into submission.
The Association of Police Authorities said angrily: "If the Government wants to put money into urban forces it should put new money in - not rob Peter to pay Paul.
The Association of Police Authorities along with Merseyside police authority had joined the lobby for the age barrier to be lifted.
Clr Mark-Burns Williamson (Labour, represents Castleford Central and Glasshoughton on Wakefield Council) As chairman of West Yorkshire Police Authority for nearly 10 years and chairman of the National Association of Police Authorities I have a successful track record in policing at local and national level.
Diana Holl-Allen, who is vice chairman of the West Midlands Police Authority and the National Association of Police Authorities, received the award for her services to the police.
The communities department did not comment on the claims, which a spokesman said had been addressed in an earlier letter by the National Association of Police Authorities.
A spokesman for the Association of Police Authorities said: "In situations like this the work is done first and the decisions on who pays for what is made later.
The Association of Police Authorities (APA), which includes Merseyside, has highlighted the risks of cutting too fast too soon in a letter to policing minister Nick Herbert.
The pledge was developed by the Home Office, the Association of Chief Police Officers and the Association of Police Authorities.
Association of Police Authorities chairman Bob Jones said: "The police have banned BNP members from joining their ranks, but under the Government's proposals for direct elections to police authorities, they could be running local police forces.
Association of Police Authorities (APA) chairman Bob Jones said: 'We very much welcome this opportunity to continue dialogue on the most effective approach to meeting our shared priorities of improving both protective services and neighbourhood policing.

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