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  1. An ex-employee was let go back in December 2020 due to alarming threats to other employees. We know the ex-employee has mental health issues, they were getting out of hand as he often made references to harming (and on rare occasions kill) LGBT & black people. He was employed for more than a year and only stayed because he was good at his job until his threats became increasingly worrying to the point we had to let him go. Paid in full with severance pay, he has been messaging us continuously threatening to harm/kill us unless we pay him more money and give him his job back. This has s
  2. https://www.wiltshire999s.co.uk/man-51-who-assaulted-two-pcsos-in-trowbridge-avoids-prison-sentence/ Odd that there was not even a month or so in custody, despite recent rumblings that the emergency services assault bill's penalty is going to be increased, from 12 to 24 months.
  3. VIDEO footage has emerged showing the show moment a man hits a policeman to the ground before ramming his car into the officer’s vehicle and speeding away along a footpath. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/994720/police-bradford-fight-grantham-road-west-midlands-police
  4. Police officers’ faith in the courts when they become victims of assault is at a low ebb after a year which saw more than 500 assaults against them. http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/crime/assaults-on-norfolk-police-officers-rise-to-515-1-5492418
  5. Five officers and a nurse were all attacked by pair in one evening. Five officers and a nurse were assaulted by the men throughout the course of the night. Northumbria Police has appealed for witnesses after an officer was knocked unconscious and four of her colleagues attacked by a pair of thugs. Police were called to Newcastle City Centre shortly after 3am on Monday August 14 to reports two men had punched and kicked members of the public and ran off. Two officers attended and a violent struggle ensued in which both officers were assaulted with one knocked unconsciou
  6. One of your colleagues gets fed up with an MOP who is filming them and decides to call over the radio for colleagues to teach him a lesson "deal with a suspected terrorist" by pushing him towards a wall, taking his camera away and searching him under section 43 of the Terrorism Act. You are the nearest unit but don't have any reasonable suspicion yourself that the person is a terrorist. What do you do?
  7. A man has been charged with the attempted murder of a special police constable after an assault at Plymouth railway station on Friday. http://m.plymouthherald.co.uk/man-has-been-charged-with-attempted-murder-of-police-constable/story-30165829-detail/story.html
  8. MPotter

    PCSO Assaults Cameraman

    PCSO A and his colleague PCSO B, are on duty in the local town centre doing foot patrol duties at a busy event at which point they both notice a copblocker stood there with his phone out videoing them. They approach the copblocker and PCSO A asks him nicely why he is videoing them. He does not say anything in response. PCSO A removes the phone from the copblockers hand and says that he will have the copblocker arrested unless he cooperates. The copblocker calls his bluff and again makes it clear that he won't be answering PCSO A's question at which point PCSO A hands him his phone back. PCSO B
  9. TheBeardedNurse

    Arrests in hospitals

    Hello All i am new to the forum. I am due to start my specials training in November with TVP. I have a question regarding arresting in hospitals; in particular within the Emergency Department. My full time job is a nurse within ED and we often get drunk aggressive patients who sometimes assault staff and shout/ swear etc. How do the police go about arresting someone who is drunk and aggressive and has punched a nurse? Do you have to take them out of the cubicle into the waiting room for a public order offence to apply etc? Just really interested to know the intracasies o
  10. miffy

    Assault or Battery?

    So during my training, we've come across the definitions and I am confused what is the difference is and how to visualise these. Which offence is consider more severe? Assault: " An assault is any act where a person intentionally or recklessly causes another person to apprehend immediate and unlawful personal violence" Battery: "Battery is where a person intentionally or recklessly applies unlawful force to another person"
  11. Marty McFly

    "Assault" By Silly String

    I was watching a troll station video were they were silly stringing met officers, and they ended up getting nicked. What would the offence be? Would it meet the threshold of unlawful violence for Common Assault/Assault Police? or would it be S.5 maybe? Just intrigued. I seem to recall some TV presenter getting the same and it ended up being a PND for S.5 IIRC in the end after the CPS knocked back a common assault charge.
  12. Astonishing footage has emerged of the moment two drug dealing thugs attacked a police officer in broad daylight at a public car park. Liverpool Echo
  13. ‘I blocked a bailiff – and paid the price’When Ronald Grant became involved in a brawl with a JBW ‘enforcement agent’ he was arrested and lost his job. He was later completely vindicated by the Crown Prosecution Service http://www.theguardian.com/money/2015/aug/15/bailiff-rights-dispute-jbw-police-enforcement
  14. https://www.westmercia.police.uk/article/14066/Police-appeal-for-witnesses-after-assault-in-Telford
  15. cookyy2k

    Assault

    I attended a job yesterday and want opinions on how you would deal with it. I wont tell you how we did until a few responses. We got called by a young male stating he had been assaulted. When we spoke to him he told us that he was walking along the road when a car pulled up, a male unknown to him approached him and punched him in the face before the second male pulled him back into the car and they drove off. He gave us the colour, make, model and VRM of the car along with a description of the two males. The punch had bust his nose and blackened his eyes. He gave a full statement and agreed he
  16. https://www.westmercia.police.uk/article/12793/Witness-appeal-after-man-assaulted-at-M54-services-Shifnal
  17. Remmy

    Police officer stabbed.

    Boris Johnson, the London mayor, has said the 314 people arrested at this year’s Notting Hill carnival was “simply too many” amid concerns over a surge in knife crime. Scotland Yard is to review policing of the event after the highest number of arrests since 2008, when Europe’s biggest street festival ended in a riot. For full story please use following link http://www.theguardian.com/culture/2015/sep/01/notting-hill-carnival-surge-knife-crime I hope the officer makes a full and speedy recovery. Never experienced this carnival but sounds a wonderful event to be deployed to.
  18. PC Jo Moyce, who has been with the constabulary for 23 years and a dog handler for 13, was injured when she was subjected to a violent assault whist trying to detain two men. Shortly after 6am on Saturday, January 10 this year, PC Moyce was dealing with an incident involving a stolen car which had been abandoned at the junction of Foxcott Road and Charlton Road, in Andover. The handler, together with her police dog – a three-year-old German Shepherd named Mac - tracked the suspects from the car into a nearby alley when they were confronted by a Vauxhall Vivaro driving towards them. This v
  19. Apologies if this has been posted, I had a search and couldn't find it on here. Also its not a questionnaire/or survey so posted it here. A UK Parliament petition has been set up by a retired police officer. Lets hope it gets to 10,000 or 100,000 + signatures Police officers who suffer assaults often receive significant injuries, physical and / or psychological, sometimes having long lasting effects. Recent sentences for such assaults give serious cause for concern that little, if any, regard is taken in determining appropriate sentencing of offenders. More details This petition cal
  20. Apologies for the string of bad assaults on police stories, strange how they all seem to appear together in a short period of time. All pathetic sentences!
  21. PC Meurig Jones stopped the two men, from Liverpool, and found cannabis worth more than £5,000 their in car before they attacked him Liam Anthony Elms was sentenced to 30 months for assaulting a policeman, and conspiracy with intent to supply cannabis Two men who assaulted a police officer in broad daylight at a public car park have been jailed for a combined 46 months. Kalvyn McGimpsey and Liam Anthony Elms drove from Merseyside to North Wales to sell more than £5,000 worth of cannabis. The pair were approached in a car park in Menai Bridge by PC Meurig Jones, who searched McGim
  22. Police were forced to record an incident of a man being hit by a biscuit as a “violent crime”, a new report has revealed. The victim was hit by the flying treat after a minor disagreement with a woman, and was left with “small red mark”. But due to Home Office rules about how crimes must be logged the incident was recorded as actual bodily harm (ABH), the police and crime commissioner for Norfolk said after carrying out an analysis of local crime data. Stephen Bett, the commissioner, said: “You could not make this up – it’s jaw-dropping. “I am sure people will find these examples of what the p
  23. Source The seem to have been very lucky to get away with just conspiracy to commit assault and the other things being dropped going on the story. Even though none were involved this seems like the sort of problems the so called paedophile hunters can cause.
  24. Friday, 19th June, 2015 Police have this afternoon arrested three 13-year-old boys on suspicion of assault following a video which was shared on social media sites earlier today. The boys, who are from the Heaton area of Bradford, remain in custody at this time. Police have also spoken to the family of the 12-year-old victim, who have confirmed he is safe and well. Enquiries into this matter are continuing. Detective Chief Inspector Terry Long, of Bradford District Police, said: "I would like to thank the public for bringing this incident to our attention, and would like to reassure them that

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