Monthly Archives: May 2017

Fifteen Minutes

Originally posted on Mental Health Cop:
This is a written version of a talk I gave last night, where I had fifteen minutes to summarise my thoughts on the overall topic of policing and mental health. ?It’s a while since…

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I’m a big fan of #Mindfulness (except w

I’m a big fan of #Mindfulness (except when in the dentists chair) This cartoon explains why you should live in the moment. Enjoy! http://ow.ly/i/v2sra

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The Problem With Politics

In case you have just woken up from a “Sleeping Beauty” length sleep I feel it is my duty to point out that we are now in the run up to a General Election. As far as I can make … Continue reading

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Surrey Armed Forces Drop-In meets Thursd

Surrey Armed Forces Drop-In meets Thursday May 25th at Woking FC Stadium 1000-1300 all welcome including Veterans, Reserves & families. http://ow.ly/i/uTvoY

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When A Song Says Everything That Needs To Be Said On A Subject

Some of you may have noticed that I like music – as long as it has a recognisable tune and meaningful lyrics, and it is not making me wonder if I am going to get run over by the mobile … Continue reading

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Why Passion And Anger Are Sometimes Not Enough

Imagine you have been locked up in a box with holes for your feet and a grill in front of your face – with a kind of fliptop lid in front of that which can only be operated from the … Continue reading

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Surrey Armed Forces Drop-in (May)

Good News, its almost time (25th May) for the Surrey Armed Forces Drop-in held at Woking Football Club. Come in between 1000-1300 and see us. This months guest speaker is the top blogger Soldier to Civvi. It’s all free – … Continue reading

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Why We Need A Debate About The Effects Of “Sport” On Society

OK – when I say “Sport” I am actually talking about Football (or “soccer”). What sparked this blogpost was a riot in Rotterdam (incidentally very close to the one year anniversary of the riot in Leicester caused by Leicester winning … Continue reading

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Don’t let Fraudsters spoil your holiday! Book them safely

The City of London Police along with ABTA and Get Safe Online are joining forces this week to warn the public about the dangers posed by holiday booking fraud. Findings from a new report, compiled by the City of London … Continue reading

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Why Colour Matters (Or – How The Contrasts You Use Can Make Life More Difficult Than You Think)

The “Colour” referred to in the title of this blogpost doesn’t relate to people – it refers to text and background. I was looking on Facebook when I saw a status requesting people to create a logo – which caused … Continue reading

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