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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