Monthly Archives: January 2016


This is a guest post by Em, or @DrEm_79 from Twitter – our various discussions on there made me realise she has a lot to say that is important and relevant for police officers responding to mental health crisis incidents. … Continue reading

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RT @Surreyfostering: #foster carers, #fo

RT @Surreyfostering: #foster carers, #fostered young person & care leaver talk about 29 Feb 7-9 Esher High School

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Helping Veterans in the Criminal Justice System

Our team are delighted to introduce the Veterans Programme to you. The goal of this work is to save the lives of our veterans in crisis in Surrey. In the context of this programme ‘veteran’ includes soldiers, sailors, marines, and RAF … Continue reading

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Confiscate Smartphones From Pupils During Lessons, 75% Of Voters Say In HuffPostUK/Survation Poll

Nearly three quarters of the public think that mobile phones should be confiscated from school pupils during lessons, according to new Survation/HuffPostUK poll. Amid fresh calls for headteachers t Source: Confiscate Smartphones From Pupils During Lessons, 75% Of Voters Say … Continue reading

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Making Meetings Accessible for Folks with Challenged Sight.

A new stream of consciousness by Blogger Ineke Poultney So you have decided to hold a conference or have a meeting???  Great.  You have decided what topics you are going to cover, as well as making sure everything is Health … Continue reading

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Op Dragonfly: Drug driver jailed for four months after pursuit

Surrey police have shared this YouTube video: you can find out more about Surrey police at:

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Magna Carta: The Making and Legacy of the Great Charter by Dan Jones (Book Review)

This year marks the 800th anniversary of this historic charter, and in this book English historian Dan Jones covers the background, all the important events, that led up to the issuance of the Magna Carta in 1215.

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