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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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<b><i>West Mercia PCC John Campion<br>Assistant Chief Fire Officer John<br>Hodges, Pete Hope and West Mercia<br>Police Chief Constable Anthony Bangham<br>with the seatbelt simulator sled Simulator shows impact of ‘fatal decision’
A new a ‘seatbelt simulator sled’ that allows people to “experience just a fraction of the impact of a traffic collision” is being used to help promote road safety.
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<b><i>Engaging with schools: (left to right)<br>PCSO Norman Drew, PCSO<br>Teresa England, Tim Passmore,<br>PCSO John Wilkins, Sgt Darren<br>Oxbrow and Assistant Chief<br>Constable Rachel Kearton School engagement ‘building trust’ in policing
School liaison police community support officers (PCSOs) are helping to “build trust and confidence” in policing and strengthen work with youth offending teams.
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<b><i>Detective Chief Superintendent<br>George Clarke Consistent approach to e-safety training
Police officers are being trained to promote “a consistent approach to e-safety messages” for children and young people as part of an online awareness programme.
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<b><i>Kathryn Holloway & PC Carl<br>Klein ‘Private’ healthcare gets officers back on duty
Bedfordshire Police is to pay for healthcare to help officers on restricted duties return to the front line. It has allocated £50,000 for two targeted healthcare pilots to help officers who have been injured or who are recovering from illness.
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Force launches ‘business news’ Twitter account
Suffolk Constabulary has gone live with a new business news page on its website, together with a Twitter account @SPBusinessNews, that aims to “improve communication with the business community”.
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