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<b><i>Assistant Chief Constable Rob Potts ‘Health and justice’ support for vulnerable
Vulnerable people who have “no place in a custody cell” are to receive the “right support, in the right place, at the right time” as part of a new fully-integrated health and diversion service that has been launched in Greater Manchester.
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Educating ‘recreational’ drugs users
A new video has been released as part of an anti-drugs campaign to highlight the link between recreational use and “serious violence and intimidation” in Northern Ireland’s communities.
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‘Sobriety tags’ piloted to call time on reoffending
Alcohol monitoring technology is to be piloted by the Humberside, Lincolnshire and North Yorkshire Community Rehabilitation Company (HLNY CRC) to tackle alcohol misuse and associated offending.
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‘WiSE up’ to boys’ sexual exploitation
A report from the YMCA warning that boys and young men risk being overlooked as potential victims of sexual exploitation has prompted a new campaign to raise public awareness that it is not only girls who are at risk.
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Celebrities help to ‘shine a light’ on bullying
Astronaut Tim Peake added his support to an anti-bullying initiative by Derbyshire Constabulary designed to “shine a light on the problem”.
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<b><i>Education Secretary Kirsty Willams<br>with some of the Heddlu<be>Bach trainees ‘Mini officers’ have positive impact
The first-ever ‘mini police’ initiative in Wales has been launched by Gwent Police to provide a “great opportunity for youngsters to help make a difference in their community and to educate fellow pupils”. Created and developed by PC Craig Johnson from Durham Police for children aged between nine and 11, the engagement programme has already been successfully rolled out in Durham, Merseyside, Northumbria, Thames Valley and Lincolnshire.
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‘Hybrid’ future of critical networks
The future of emergency communications was showcased in Finland recently with the first demonstration of the capability of 4G/LTE (long-term evolution) networks to support critical level connectivity for public safety.
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‘All-wheel-drive’ puts officers in the driving seat
Officers will no longer have to “accept lifts from farmers” after Lincolnshire Police invested in ten ‘all-wheel-drive’ vehicles to help tackle rural crime.
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Films challenge perceptions of CSE
Young people have shared their experiences of child sexual exploitation (CSE) to create three short performances to raise awareness of the crime and “challenge all perceptions from healthy relationships to exploitation”.
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Play helps young people use smartphones safely
A play educating young people on how to safely use smartphones is being rolled out to ten primary schools across Cheshire.
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