On Friday 27th January I had the privilege of presenting to the Senior Command Course at Sunningdale. This is the course for Chief Superintendents and equivalent ranks from NCA and other police agencies around the world who aspire to the NPCC ranks. The aims of the session were to; Introduce SCC2017 to social media and…
A teenager has appeared in court charged with murdering a seven-year-old girl whose mother broke down in tears as she tried in vain to save the life of her daughter found seriously injured on a playing field.
By taking wastewater samples from the treatment plant before it’s treated, scientists from the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) were able to measure cocaine use across 50 European cities in a week in March 2016 – once population sizes were taken into account.
A teenage boy was reportedly stabbed in the mouth following a mass brawl in Redhill town centre. Surrey Police are investigating reports up to eight youths were involved in a fight on Monday afternoon close to a McDonald’s restaurant.
Police officers may risk their lives everyday to protect the public, but there are simple precautions and safety devices that can make some practices safer. Standoffs, one of the more dangerous situations officers encounter while on patrol, may now become relatively safer due to a new, portable shield that can protect them from gunshots.
A police force has faced criticism after armed officers smiled and posed for pictures with children at a Christmas market. Images posted on Northumbria Police’s Facebook page showed officers holding guns and smiling as they posed with families at the festive event in Newcastle city centre. The snaps attracted more than 2,500 comments, many from residents concerned about the impact seeing armed police would have on young children.
Four men from Derby aged 22, 27, 35 and 36, a man, 27, from Burton upon Trent and a woman from London have all been arrested on suspicion of engaging in the preparation of an act of terrorism.
Via Marc Van den Broeck
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