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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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New service offers ‘invaluable’ skills
More than eight years after the Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust piloted one of the first street triage services in the country, it is now working with Durham Constabulary to provide “invaluable” skills and experience to help officers dealing with people suffering mental health problems.
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<b><i>Northumbria Police volunteer<br>police cadets from Sunderland<br>and Newcastle joined Northumbria<br>University's Creative Fuse team Creative focus on cyber wellbeing
Some of the best creative minds in the North East were brought together for a cyber wellbeing event designed to find “new and exciting solutions” to the challenges of keeping children and young people safe and healthy online.
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Game on to ‘refresh’ driver training
Officers have been testing the latest state-of-the-art PlayStation game to explore ways of “evolving and refreshing driver training methods”. Four specialist operations officers from Lincolnshire Police spent the day at the Silverstone race circuit where they tested the newest Gran Turismo game and its effects on driving to determine whether it could help boost established police training structures.
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<b><i>Beverley Hughes ‘Alcohol champions’ to deliver sobering message
A pioneering programme ‘Communities in Charge of Alcohol’ has been launched in Greater Manchester to combat the growing number of people who are drinking excessively and to help cut alcohol-related crime.
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Positive about pregnancy – officers and<br>staff with their children Special delivery with ‘baby boxes’
Lincolnshire Police is the first, and it believes only, force to introduce ‘baby boxes’ for all new parents to promote “positivity about pregnancy and families”. And by embracing the initiative that “celebrates new life”, the force says it demonstrates the “importance the organisation places on supporting families as they welcome a new addition”.
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Knife crime ‘dangers’ education praised
A ‘street doctors’ initiative to highlight the dangers of knife crime has been widely praised by young people just six months after being launched in Norfolk.
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