Monthly Archives: July 2014

The energy bills that you DON’T have to pay

Thank you to Laura Shannon from the Mail on Sunday and SCC’s Trading Standards team for this: Revealed, the energy bills that you DON’T have to pay: Little-known rule allows thousands facing late demands after an IT glitch to write … Continue reading

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runnymederesidents.wordpress.com: Member

runnymederesidents.wordpress.com: Members of the public urged to contact police with stolen classic car sightings: Officers from North … http://wp.me/p1eV0V-1Gr

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OHS is not all about covering one’s arse

Oh so true!

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A Little Knowledge Is Dangerous

Originally posted on Mental Health Cop:
Mental health has been creeping up the agenda in policing for some while now.  I will confess to mixed feelings about this progress and I imagine that might surprise you.  On the one hand,…

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runnymederesidents.wordpress.com: Watch out for ‘confirm your email address’ LinkedIn phishing scam : Thank you to SCC’s trading Standards team for this:Fraudsters are p…

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Warning that UK’s 4m small businesses ignore threat of £20bn cyber fraud

Author Lee Boyce via www.thisismoney.co.uk 21 July 2014. Warning that UK’s 4m small businesses have heads in the sand about growing threat of £20bn cyber fraud 82% of firms believe they are too small for attack by cyber crooks But online fraud … Continue reading

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Watch out for ‘confirm your email address’ LinkedIn phishing scam 

Thank you to SCC’s trading Standards team for this: Fraudsters are purporting to be from the businesses social network LinkedIn claiming your account has been blocked due to inactivity and, to restore access; you are required to click a link … Continue reading

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What to do if theres a power cut

re-blogged from UK Power Networks and the author is Kaspar Forrest (with apologies to him) Power cuts don’t happen very often these days but if there is a power cut, do you know who to contact?   UK Power Networks is … Continue reading

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What to do if theres a power cut.

re-blogged from UK Power Networks and the author is Kaspar Forrest (with apologies to him) Power cuts don’t happen very often these days but if there is a power cut, do you know who to contact?   UK Power Networks is … Continue reading

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What on at the Chertsey museum?

What’s On Family friendly Children Weekend fun Friends Other   Join The Friends of Chertsey Museum for discounts on events bookings and so much more. Children,Family,Weekend The Big Dig! 26 Jul 2014 Do you fancy yourself as an archaeologist?  If so, … Continue reading

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