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Cartoon cats alert public to phone theft
A cartoon cat has been used by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) to make anti-crime warning messages more memorable and less about trying to “frighten people into changing their behaviour”.
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<B><i>Spice: 'Vile substance'</B></i> Force ‘first of a kind’ cutting out cannabinoid cancer
As London’s world-famous heartbeat undergoes restorative surgery to ensure a clean bill of health for future generations to enjoy, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has introduced its own “silencing” tactics to the balance of justice.
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Digital contact that ‘fits with modern lifestyles’
Lincolnshire Police is further embracing online digital engagement with the public by becoming the latest force to adopt a “modern and effective” way for victims to follow the progress of a criminal investigation.
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‘First’ for high-risk missing persons
Police and firefighters in Hampshire have launched a pioneering partnership that will see both services “bring together their combined skills, training and equipment” to search for high-risk missing persons.
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Force urges young people not to ‘Cross the Line’ with new initiative
It starts with someone you meet at the local gym, asking you to come with him to a rally. It ends with the sound of running feet and a young person lying in the street.
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Joint river patrols tackle fishing-related crime
Bright ideas
Neighbourhood police officers teamed up with the Environment Agency to patrol the River Tees in a partnership initiative to clamp down on illegal fishing and other offences.
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Campaign targets child sexual images
Bright ideas
Police Scotland is working with local authorities and the charity Stop It Now! Scotland in a two-month campaign to target the online viewing of sexual images of children. “Our ultimate goal here is to protect children,” said Detective Chief Inspector Brian Stuart of Police Scotland’s Cyber Crime Unit (East).
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<b><i>John Campion New app engages youngsters in staying safe
Three schoolgirls have designed a mobile app to show young people how to keep safe online and offline
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<b><i>Maureen O'Leary Nurses enhance ‘crisis’ response
Crisis nurses are now based in the control room at Lincolnshire Police headquarters as part of a £60,000 pilot to help officers deal with incidents involving mental health issues and “get the right help to the right place quickly”.
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<b><i>Lorne Green Virtual reality drives home ‘crash consequences’
Virtual reality goggles are being used to help educate young drivers about road safety.
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