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  1. A HUNGRY cop put on his blue lights, ran a red and smashed into a BMW — after his wife texted to say: “Tea is on the table.” https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/12701383/cop-crashes-bmw-blue-lights-tea-time/
  2. A "foolish" police intelligence officer cried in the dock as a court heard how she destroyed her career by taking photos of top secret intelligence - including notes for a murder investigation. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/foolish-police-worker-cries-dock-18771806.amp
  3. Drummerja

    Final Interview

    Hello Wondering if anyone can shed any light (ethically...) on the final interview. i have heard they are marked on the current competencies, 45-1 hour long interview and around 6 questions (with probing questions). I have started to my home work on: PCC, community first, operational model (borderless policing), force priories and objectives, current issues Merseyside is facing and what they're doing about it etc. Going to try and have 7 or 8 examples of when I have... xyz. any help is great, I have emailed requesting comms with a force interviewer as previously
  4. A Merseyside police dog has been killed while on duty. German Shepherd Ghost was found dead early this morning on the M6 motorway after being hit by a vehicle. Merseyside Police dog killed while on duty - Liverpool Echo http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/merseyside-police-dog-killed-duty-12147735 Very sad news my thoughts are with his handler.
  5. A police officer who knocked a criminal off a scrambler bike was a “good man” who broke official policy, a court heard. PC James Ellerton’s unmarked police van struck a Honda CRF 250 ridden by disqualified driver Devere Ogungboro, 27, in Park Road, Toxteth . Ogungboro had been doing wheelies, weaving in and out of traffic and driving on the wrong side of the road in the early hours of September 14 last year. Liverpool Crown Court heard Ellerton, 29, was on duty as part of an armed response unit when he spotted two scrambler bikes in the city centre. He followed Ogungboro, w
  6. Merseyside’s new chief constable wants to encourage more women to join the police force. Figures show that the proportion of women officers has risen over the past decade but chief constable Andy Cooke conceded there was more work to be done. http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/merseysides-new-chief-constable-wants-11747602
  7. A Merseyside Police officer was struck and killed by a stolen car during a pursuit. The officer was hit after a red Mitsubishi pick-up vehicle mounted a central reservation along Wallasey Dock North Road, Wallasey, at 02:10 BST. Police said the Mitsubishi was stolen from an estate agents in Birkenhead just after 01:00 BST. A murder investigation has been launched. Follow latest updates on this story with BBC Merseyside Live. A statement from Merseyside Police said officers had earlier attended a burglary at an estate agents on Woodchurch Road, Birkenhead. During the raid the offend
  8. A member of the public contacted police at around 3.35pm to report they had sighted two men on a scrambler bike in the Edge Lane area and one was carrying what was thought to be a firearm. These are pictures by our photographer Ian Cooper at the scene. http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/two-arrested-gun-found-after-10285036 Nice result by the looks of it, sure our force isn't alone in finding those committing firearms offences are increasing using scrambler bikes to evade capture.
  9. Head of dog unit set to be summonsed to court after solicitors launch private prosecution A Merseyside police inspector faces a private prosecution over an operation that saw dozens of dogs rounded up and destroyed. For the full story please use the following link. http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/police-inspector-faces-private-prosecution-10042917 I hope the force gives the Inspector it's FULL support and not use him as a convenient scapegoat. I can't for one moment believe that legal advice from the force solicitors wasn't sought about the possible consequences of this ac
  10. PC Whom?

    Mercedes Sprinter van

    Looking for a bit of help folks, this van is currently on sale on the eBays as an ex-police motor, I've found the attached pics of it operational on Flickr, anyone able to say what it was used for (and also if it's likely to have been trashed around like a typical police van) Cheers
  11. Stripping a distressed and and vulnerable 14-year-old girl of her clothes upon arrival at a police station may not be the best way to cope with the risk of suicide, the appeal court has warned. But the three judges unanimously found that Merseyside police officers did not breach the teenager’s rights to privacy and acted “reasonably and proportionately in the urgency of the situation with which they were confronted”. The ruling comes after claims that more and more forces are strip-searching children not to look for hidden evidence but to ensure they do not attempt to sel
  12. Ten coppers to catch a flipping seal! And still the police moan about cuts... Police were able to rustle up no fewer than ten officers at short notice to help rescue a stranded seal near St Helens in Merseyside. Rescue operation begins for mystery seal in Merseyside On the one hand, they were alleging that thousands of coppers are being sacked because of the cruel Coalition cuts, putting the public at risk. Yet on the other, the police were able to rustle up no fewer than ten officers at short notice to help rescue a stranded seal. Far from being s
  13. Dankemp94

    Special Constable Merseyside Police

    Hi, I've got my assessment day coming up next month for Special Constable for Merseyside Police Can anyone tell me what ill need to know for it. I've spent 2 years as a VPC for the Knowsley area so I know quite a bit about law and policing. Also I know the phonetic alphabet, different department, who's in charge (chief constable, superintendents, etc), different jobs in the police and also know a bit about equality and diversity. I know some of the above is going to be assessed but is there anything that I should know or buy to help me please? Only helpful comments please :)