On the 29th of March 2016, it will be one year to the day since I started training to become a Special Constable. I was on a training course recently and my colleagues, who are far longer in service than me, were asking me if the job was what I expected it to be. I replied that it was, but it got me thinking about the changes I've seen in the last year and the lessons I've learned. I thought this might be handy advice for those of you looking to join, or a throwback for those of you "old swea
Now you see me... When I'm waiting for my coffee at the petrol station at the start of a shift.
Now you don't see... That I've already worked an 8-hour day, and this is just the start of another.
Now you see me... When I'm stopping you in the street asking you questions, making you late, checking your details.
Now you don't see... That I'm looking for someone who just broke into a garage or a home, and took treasured possessions to sell for drugs.
Now you see me... When I sto