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  1. Scotland Yard is considering trials of scanners which can detect hidden weapons in public places. The Met says it is liaising with a private security firm over testing the technology as a means of tackling violent crime and an alternative to stop and search. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/met-consider-trialling-thermalimage-scanners-for-knife-searches-to-help-tackle-violent-crime-a4148386.html
  2. I'd be grateful for recommendations for temporary accommodation near Hendon. I'm transferring from a non-HO force and need to do the full initial training there. Commuting to and from each day would add hours to my working day, thankfully I've got a provisional Borough south of the river.
  3. Footage has shown the moment police fined a pedestrian £90 for disorderly behaviour after he tried to cover his face from a facial recognition camera in London. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/moment-police-fine-pedestrian-after-he-covered-face-from-facial-recognition-camera-a4144156.html Good thing in my mind if you have nothing to hide but I have seen woman with burka,s go past and not get stopped so why cant police stop people like them who cover the face get away with it?
  4. Three Met police officers lied to wrongly blame a teenage motorist for a crash, a court heard. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/three-lying-met-officers-blamed-teen-motorist-for-crash-a4132431.html
  5. HATE preacher Anjem Choudary prowls the streets at night unsupervised in one of the UK’s terror hotbeds — days after returning home following his release from jail. The radical cleric, who is subject to around 25 of the most stringent bail conditions, was twice seen roaming around alone under the cover of darkness for visits to a mosque. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9054226/anjem-choudary-prowls-streets-unsupervised-despite-bail/
  6. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has been forced to have 24-hour police protection after receiving hundreds of threats on social media. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/sadiq-khan-has-24-hour-police-protection-after-receiving-hundreds-of-threats-on-social-media-a4139826.html#comments
  7. THREE men have been injured in a triple shooting in east London tonight, with one fighting for his life. The victims, believed to be 23, 28 and 30, suffered gunshot wounds in the shooting on Leyton High Road. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9006182/leyton-triple-shooting-three-injured-fighting-for-life-london/
  8. A £4MILLION scratchcard win by two convicted crooks is being probed by Lotto chiefs over fears it was bought with a stolen debit card. Mark Goodram, 36, and Jon-Ross Watson, 31, have been on a four-day bender since the win in Clapham, South London. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8941567/career-criminals-denied-lotto-win-stolen-debit-card/
  9. A security guard reportedly disappeared with £1 million after abandoning his G4S cash-in-transit van in south-west London. The driver is said to have fled with 40 deposit boxes and left the vehicle in a residential street in Clapham on Tuesday. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/g4s-security-guard-flees-with-£1m-from-cash-in-transit-van-he-abandoned-in-residential-london-street/ar-BBWgcjG?ocid=spartandhp
  10. A former police special constable has been jailed for sexually abusing a boy in a children’s home he managed. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/exspecial-constable-jailed-for-sexually-abusing-boy-at-children-s-home-a4124786.html
  11. The Met was today given an immediate £17 million cash injection to help tackle knife crime as Sajid Javid vowed to stem the loss of young lives. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/scotland-yard-given-17m-cash-boost-to-help-fight-against-knife-crime-a4119906.html About time the police given more money.👍
  12. A father and son laundered more than £10 million from the illegal sale of Viagra and slimming pills through charities they set up to tackle Jewish poverty, a court heard. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/father-and-son-used-charities-to-hide-10m-from-illegal-prescription-drugs-a4120351.html
  13. Londoners are facing the possibility of a disrupted Easter weekend as Transport for London plans a series of closures across their routes. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/easter-weekend-2019-travel-planned-closures-across-tube-train-and-bus-routes-for-bank-holiday-a4116486.html
  14. Thousands of bikers flooded the streets of central London to protest against the prosecution of a soldier who served in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/soldier-f-protest-thousands-of-bikers-demonstrate-in-london-over-bloody-sunday-prosecution-a4116921.html
  15. Two robbers who disguised themselves as undercover police officers are targeting men in east London, Scotland Yard said. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/robbers-posing-as-undercover-police-target-men-in-east-london-a4114571.html No wonder when they sell wallets like this on line Amazon or Ebay when some people don't know what a real warrant badge and card looks like.
  16. Image copyright PA Image caption About 40,000 vehicles a day are expected to be affected by the charge The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) has come into force in central London. Drivers of older, more polluting vehicles are being charged to enter the congestion zone area at any time. Transport for London (TfL) hopes the move will reduce the number of polluting cars in the capital, and estimates about 40,000 vehicles will be affected every day. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said it was "important we make progress" in tackling the capital's toxic air. However, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) said many small firms were "very worried about the future of their businesses" as a result of the "additional cost burden". Media captionLondon's ULEZ: What you need to know Most vehicles which are not compliant will have to pay £12.50 for entering the area each day, in addition to the congestion charge. Vehicles can be checked using TfL's online checker but broadly speaking, those which are non-compliant are: Motorbikes that do not meet Euro 3 standards (pre-2007 vehicles) Petrol cars and vans that do not meet Euro 4 standards (vehicles pre-2006) Diesel cars and vans that do not meet Euro 6 standards (vehicles pre-2015) Buses, coaches and lorries will need to meet or exceed the Euro 6 standards or pay £100 a day Anybody who does not pay the charge will face a fine of £160, although a first offence may result in only a warning letter. The ULEZ is set to be expanded to cover the entire area between the North and South Circular roads in 2021. London's ULEZ: How does it compare? What does air pollution do to our bodies? ULEZ: The politics of pollution TfL estimates the initial scheme will lead to a reduction in toxic emissions from road transport by about 45% in two years. Mr Khan said London's air pollution was a "public health emergency" and it was the "poorest Londoners that suffer the worst quality air". Media captionAir pollution: what are the effects on humans? Analysis Tom Edwards, BBC London transport correspondent A very damp misty morning in London and most people probably won't notice anything has changed. But London has taken a big step in trying to clean up its air. Given the go-ahead in 2013 by the previous mayor Boris Johnson, Sadiq Khan brought the ULEZ forward a year and is planning to expand it in 2021. City hall says the ULEZ has already changed behaviour, with a fall in vehicles in central London and a rise in compliant vehicles ahead of launch. The plan is that London's air will be compliant with legal limits by 2025. Other cities are talking about diesel bans but London has taken the radical step that puts it in the vanguard of clean-air schemes. Other cities are watching closely. Speaking to BBC Breakfast, Sandra Green from the Clear Air Parents Network said the scheme was a "really big step forward". "Air pollution caused by traffic, caused by individual cars - is causing problems for health for the next generation... and it's about time we did something about it," she said. Figures from City Hall show more than 60% of all vehicles driving through the charging zone in March were already compliant with the new restrictions. Nearly 27,000 non-compliant vehicles have been taken off the roads in the last two months, and there has been an 11% drop in the total number of cars entering central London. However, some drivers have spoken about their anger that governments had previously recommended buying diesel cars which are now being targeted by the charge. Jim Parker, managing director at car recovery company Boleyn, said the charge was "really unfair". "It's not just us, it is across the industry - everybody that owns a van or a truck and earns a living with it," he said. "We've had a local business, where the margins are so tight, they've now had to cease trading because they can't get a retrofit kit and they can't afford new vehicles." London pollution 'stunts lung capacity' Reality Check: What should owners of old diesels do? Go Ultra Low, an electric vehicle campaign backed by the government, said: "There has never been a better time for drivers to consider making the switch to electric." https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-47815117
  17. MPs have raked in more than £42 million from a second home property bonanza, an exclusive Mirror investigation has revealed. Politicians reclaimed thousands of pounds in mortgage interest payments for the properties at public expense under the discredited old expenses system. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/news/revealed-the-politicians-who-profited-from-£42million-second-home-property-bonanza/ar-BBVMpQe?ocid=spartanntp
  18. Police are hunting for a group of thugs after a number of passengers were attacked on a train between London and Surrey. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/police-hunt-thugs-after-unprovoked-attacks-on-london-train-passengers-a4108506.html
  19. A pensioner has died after being struck by a car as it sped away from police in north London. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/pensioner-dies-after-being-hit-by-car-which-was-fleeing-police-a4107996.html
  20. “Bobbies” from Britain’s biggest private police force will go on patrol in one of the West End’s busiest tourist destinations for the first time next week to crack down on anti-social behaviour. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/private-police-force-to-patrol-leicester-square-in-crackdown-on-antisocial-behaviour-a4104021.html I don't agree with this at all leave this to the met police not some security firm .
  21. A woman has died and several people have been injured in a car crash following a police pursuit. The three-car collision happened on Parklands in Waltham Abbey, Essex, at about 22:00 GMT on Thursday. Essex Police said the incident followed a police pursuit involving one of the cars which officers had been attempting to stop on the M25. The woman died at the scene, and the crash has been referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct. Essex Police said officers from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire road policing unit had attempted to stop the car on the motorway. The scene of the collision will remain closed for some time, the force added. It is not known how many other people have been injured or if the woman was in the car being pursued by officers. Essex Police has asked for witnesses and drivers with dash cam footage to contact them. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-47743125
  22. Police investigating allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party have made three arrests. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/three-held-as-police-probe-antisemitism-in-the-labour-party-a4103236.html
  23. Hi all, I have been a spectator of the forum for quite some time (included the other forum when it was up and running) and I now have a few questions related to the current salary, allowances and pension. I am towards the end of my training as a Special Constable for The Met but I have also submitted my application for the Regulars and have an interview date confirmed, hence the question about pay. The advertised salary states it is £30k circa for a Regular in The Met however, I have noticed that the allowances have changed around a little I live in London, so I am eligible for both London weighting which is £2,379 and London allowance which is £1,011. These figures were taken from the Met Friendly website as The Met's own website does not give a breakdown. I recall that the London weighting and allowance was around £6k before. I am also aware that the travel Oyster is included with the allowances. https://www.metfriendly.org.uk/services/police-finance-information/police-pay/ The starting salary (after the initial training has been completed) is £27,285 + £2,379 and the London allowance of £1,011, totalling £30,675 Does anyone that has recently started (with the past year or so), know the actual monthly/annual salary and how the allowances are calculated including the pension deduction? Also, how is the overtime calculated when you go over, at the end of your shift and working on rest days? I would appreciate your help and answers. I do apologise if I missed this information which may be in others posts. All I could find were posts that were from a while ago and not related to the current figures. Thank you. S
  24. Six people have been stabbed in a day of violence in London as fears grow over spiralling knife crime across the capital. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/crime/london-stabbings-teenager-slashed-outside-police-station-among-six-hurt-in-day-of-knife-violence/ar-BBVgBv5?ocid=spartanntp
  25. Two men were arrested early today after spending eight hours on rooftops in a dramatic stand-off with police. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/two-men-in-eighthour-standoff-on-roof-threw-tiles-at-cars-and-police-a4102051.html

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