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Having been off the streets for a year and a half after losing my last roll around and ending up having surgery, last week was my first duty back out and about. It was fairly boring as we had a couple of student officers with us who took everything, but simply wearing the uniform and doing the job again was magical. Never have I been so excited to do a few arrest enquiries and help new officers give out a couple of tickets!

Onwards and upwards.

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Special. Are you? Could you?

I wrote this back in November and this was originally published on https://cccupolicingandcj.wordpress.com/2015/11/02/a-bsc-in-service-policing-service-discusses-what-it-is-like-to-be-a-special/ Reading back there are definitely a few bits I would've redrafted! However all criticism welcome     Special. Are you? Could you? Easter will bring the fourth anniversary of when I walked through the hallowed gates of Hendon Police Training College to begin training as a Special Constable

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Coached Patrol

Shift: Saturday Coached Patrol Rank: Special Constable Length of Service: 3 years Planned duty: 1400-0200 Unfortunately I haven't bothered trying to estimate timings as it was such a busy shift we were here there and everywhere! Having recently got my driving ticket I like running coached patrol shifts for newer officers to help them achieve evidence for their PACs and SOROC (read SOLAP for anyone who isn't Met). I arrived before the start of the shift to get ready and book on and saw the t

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Aid to Westminster

Shift: Friday Night Time Economy Rank: Special Constable Length of Service: 3 years Planned duty: 1900-0300 Due to lots of aid across boroughs in the MPS I found myself in Westminster on a recent Friday, where 125 Specials were deployed to police the night time economy. Unfortunately a slightly shirt shift as I only booked on last minute and had to be up early the following day. 1900 - Arrive at local nick, pick up a car and head into central picking up a mate I'd be working with that night

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