Category Archives: Emergency Services

The National Emergency Services Memorial #Charity — CharityUKNews

Our Emergency Services are the finest in the world. These are extraordinary, selfless men and women who think only of others and often risk their lives to keep Britain safe Over 250,000 police, fire fighters, nurses, doctors, all medical staff, … Continue reading

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Taser’s Free Body Cameras Are Good for Cops, Not the People

An interesting re-blogged article from Wired this morning, written and argued by Jake Laperrurque that I think shows an interesting view of the world from a US perspective on privacy and law enforcement. What do you think? THE COMPANY FORMERLY known as … Continue reading

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What does it take to save a veteran?

Servicemen and women, our reserves and their families are, like the rest of us wanting to live their lives in peace and in a setting they have chosen. Of course most of us make compromises due to our age, health … Continue reading

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Normalisation

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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Surrey Search & Rescue – Podcast

Surrey Search & Rescue – Podcast.

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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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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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