Monthly Archives: August 2014

Scottish Independence – Let’s Stick Together, in a United Kingdom!

Originally posted on John Healy's Space:
Let’s Stick Together! My initial reaction was: Well if Scotland wants to break away, why should we stop them? I think there are a lot of good reasons which outweigh any perceived advantages…

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Ten Illustrators To Follow Now

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
From sketches to digital art narratives, here’s a visual journey into the worlds of ten illustrators on WordPress.com. Brad Young The drawings at Brad Young Art capture life’s little moments. From pen and ink to…

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Voluntary Attendance

Originally posted on Mental Health Cop:
This post is about trying to ensure a non-prescriptive framework for how police officers should consider whether or not to detain someone under the Mental Health Act when it is legally possible to do…

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Are We Failing Police Officers?

Originally posted on Mental Health Cop:
TRIGGER WARNING:  this post discusses suicide and mental ill-health very specifically amongst police officers – those affected by these issues should carefully consider whether or not to read on.  There is support available via…

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Traditional vs New Media – Using the Best of Both to Promote Your Business

Originally posted on integritypr:
There’s no doubt that for businesses the options open to them of promoting their products and services have grown rapidly in the last 20 years. When I started out as a journalist 20 years ago this month (ouch!)…

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Looking through a new lens

Originally posted on Amandacomms's Blog:
For more years than I care to remember I have written statements about crime and have always thought I understood the views of victims of crime. That was until I became a victim myself…

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College of Policing

College of Policing. via College of Policing.

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