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‘Pioneering’ opportunities in partnership
A “multi-agency approach” to fire and crime prevention by Thames Valley Police and Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service has proved such a success that it is to be expanded across all parts of West Oxfordshire.
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‘Hands-on’ insight into rural crime
Police officers, special constables and police community support officers have been given a practical insight into rural crime and how best to tackle it.
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Recruits put through their paces by drama students
New recruits at Greater Manchester Police (GMP) are getting a taste of the different incidents they could encounter in a series of drama workshops with student actors from Salford City College.
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Groundbreaking service to support most vulnerable
Police, health, criminal justice and voluntary agencies have teamed up to “provide a lifeline to thousands of vulnerable people”.
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Casualty reduction officer to promote road safety
A new police casualty reduction officer is being recruited to help curb the number of accidents on Cambridgeshire’s roads.
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‘Facebook’ for children offers e-safety ‘bubble’
A new platform dubbed ‘Facebook for seven-year-olds’ has been launched to help make social media safer for children.
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Support for vulnerable fraud victims
Vulnerable victims of fraud are to receive emotional and practical support under a new scheme being introduced in Sussex.
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Specials trained in search and rescue techniques
Twenty ‘Specials’ at Hampshire Constabulary are being trained in search techniques, water safety and casualty evacuation in a joint initiative with Hampshire Search and Rescue (HANTSAR) and Hampshire Search and Rescue Dog Team (HSARDogs)
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Emergency services bereavement support launched
A specialist bereavement support service has been launched in England to help children and families whose parents or close relatives have been killed while on duty with one of the emergency services.
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<b><i>PC Jon Lander engages with the<br>Chinese community Eastern promise in community link
A Birmingham officer is taking on a new role of West Midlands Police Chinese community liaison officer – and is set for a fact-finding trip to the Far East to learn more about the region’s culture and triad-linked crime.
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