Police officers across the region are joining a protest march over budget cuts in London today.
It's the first such rally since this one in 2008.
600 off-duty officers from Devon and Cornwall, plus 200 from Dorset, will march in protest at budget cuts which they say mean a loss of front-line services. The government disputes the impact of the changes.
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