Monthly Archives: September 2014

Know a Student? Share this and help keep them Safe and Secure

Lock It or Lose It: Greater Manchester Police has been successful in reducing the level of cycle theft in recent years. We are committed to continuing this downward trend but we can only do so with your help. Cyclists often … Continue reading

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Farnborough railway station a ‘hotspot’ for bike theft

Reblogged with grateful thanks to Get Hampshire British Transport Police said Farnborough Main railway station was a “policing priority” for cycle theft Peter Taylor had his bike stolen from Farnborough Main train station A cyclist is campaigning for better security … Continue reading

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Pompeii Under Siege

Originally posted on Travel Tales of Life:
Almost two thousand years ago Pompeii, a bustling port of 20,000, fell silent to the power of Mount Vesuvius. Having been badly damaged in an earthquake 17 years prior, 30 feet of hot volcanic ash would…

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Risk Assessments – what are they good for?

Today we are undertaking a risk assessment for the fantastic Junior Citizen (JC) programme in its 19th year in Runnymede. JC is where every year 6 child (11-12yr old) in the borough has the opportunity to learn about their civil … Continue reading

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6 Things to Know Before You Accept Another Privacy Policy

You know you’re supposed to, but if you’re like most people, you probably have never read the user agreement, privacy policy or service terms when signing up for an online service, including a social network. And why would you? As … Continue reading

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Around the World in Eight Photos

Originally posted on The Blog:
Join us as we explore the world though the street photography tag on Here you’ll find no airport lineups, no grumpy customs agents, and you never get the middle seat. On belgianstreets,…

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Policing and Devolution What the Scots decision means to policing England and Wales.

Following the recent vote in Scotland to maintain the United Kingdom, the question of more powers being devolved to local communities has gained momentum. Much debate has been about the finances of the Union and a reassessment of the Barnett … Continue reading

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