Monthly Archives: October 2014

Surrey man jailed for breaching Domestic Violence Protection Order

Originally posted on Runnymede Residents Community Web Site:
A 44-year-old man has this week become the first person in Surrey to be jailed for breaching a Domestic Violence Protection Order (DVPO). Sean Emmett, previously of Addlestone, was sentenced to four…

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Learning From History

Originally posted on Mental Health Cop:
Here are two ways of saying exactly the same thing — “Most people who are violent need a policeman, not a doctor!” “Some people who are violent need a doctor, not a policeman!” I…

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WELL BEING: Introduction

Originally posted on Walk the Talk:
As many of you that have followed this blog previously you will know I have commented on many aspects of traffic legislation and what it was like to be a traffic officer and all…

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Blogging U.’s Photo 101 Course: Post a Photo a Day

Originally posted on The Blog:
On The Daily Post, we host the popular Weekly Photo Challenge each Friday, and we’re always excited to see your snapshots from all over the world. We thought a free photoblogging course mixing the spirit…

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Magna Carta to be Key Feature of Lord Mayor’s Show

The City of London’s 1297 copy of the Magna Carta will be a key feature of the ceremonial procession in the Lord Mayor’s Show on Saturday 8th November. The Lord Mayor’s show is expected to draw huge crowds in to … Continue reading

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Top of the Table

Originally posted on InspGuilfoyle:
When the Chair of the House of Commons Education Committee asked Michael Gove (Secretary of State of Education at the time) about comparative performance measurement between schools, this happened: Chair: If “good” requires pupil performance to exceed…

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Originally posted on My journey, from wine lover to sober and happy… :
It was my birthday a couple of days ago; thirty-nine, the final one of my thirties. The decade began with a party at my old house; a little…

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Twenty four hours: incidents, challenges and a dose of commitment

Originally posted on Amandacomms's Blog:
It is four years since the first #GMP24 took place. Back in 2010 it was the method of providing details of every call received by Greater Manchester Police that took the spotlight. It was…

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Web Security: Image based Login

Originally posted on John Healy's Space:
Have to say, I’m liking this idea. Hoping it finds ‘legs’ and Takes off!

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Stay Secure Using Purse Bells – It’s Child’s Play

With thanks to GMP and YouTube for this…. re-blogged with pride and a smile! <iframe width=”640″ height=”360″ src=”//″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen> Purse bells can help keep your purse or wallet secure. Our young officer shows you how. Pupils from St Edmund’s … Continue reading

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