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  1. Northamptonshire Police is set to double its number of neighbourhood officers in a "major investment of resources in visible, effective local crime fighting". Northamptonshire's cheif constable Nick Adderley Date - 11th February 2021 By - Chloe Livadeas The force is going from having 50 to 100 neighbourhood officers over the next 18 months, with further increases expected in the future. They are being paid for through a combination of a rise in the police precept and money from the government’s uplift funding. The force now has 1,367 officers, 197 more than it
  2. For some forces it may already be too late, argues fed. CC Simon Cole The national lead for local policing has admitted the future of community police work may be a “tough love” question for chiefs. Simon Kempton, operational lead for Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) warned some areas have already seen their neighbourhood teams “decimated” with poor prospects of reforging relationships within their communities. He made the comments at the federation’s annual conference in Birmingham last week after recounting the case of Andrew Ibrahim, who was jailed in 2
  3. Hi everyone I'd be very interested to see the feedback on this poll, which I have kept very basic and to 6 questions so as to keep it concise . This surrounds the activities undertaken by SC's and what they most and least enjoy. The lists are non-exhaustive and would really benefit from "Others" answers being expanded upon. Ideally we'd split this by regional service, and work out what they get their SC's to do compared to others - but that can come later. PS. This is in "General Discussion" rather than "Polls" - so feel free to move this
  4. Hello All, I noticed that RO has no entry on the list of OCU's on this site, and wanted to rectify this. RO (Royal Parks) is a small and different OCU in the MPS, but offers interesting challenges for Special Constables and is available for new recruits to join in. Shift Pattern Early (0700 - 1400), mid (0900 - ~1700), late (1400 - 2300). "Mid" carries out the internal Aid (e.g. Guard Change) if possible. For sustained periods of time during the year there are shifts for a specific tasking, for example Winter Wonderland runs for 6 weeks and is a 1500 - 2300 shift. MSC officers can do any s
  5. rector

    ASB video

    Hi Guys Sorry if this is the wrong place to put this, but here is a video I made that highlights the affect Anti Social Behaviour can have on your community. You are all welcome to use it for talks in schools etc as that is what I am using it for and it seems to go down well. It's only 2 mins long so please share....
  6. Pilot scheme being launched in Brecon South Powys, we're looking to recruit a specialist team of SC, to be fully trained to work with partner agencies in rural locations. Please follow us on Twitter @SpecialsSPowys or check out the recruitment section www.dyfed-Powys.police.uk
  7. November 29 2014 - Source: Mirror Police spark fury after posting picture of officers larking around in children's playground Met Police Sergeant Pete Shaw of the Seven Sisters neighbourhood team in Tottenham, North London, tweeted: “Out and about patrolling the patch #theserioussidetopolicing” Police officers sparked fury last night after posting pictures of themselves larking around at a children’s playground. The men were seen bouncing on rides during a night patrol. One, Sergeant Pete Shaw of the Seven Sisters neighbourhood team in Tottenham, North London, tweeted: “Ou
  8. I was just wondering how relaxed your force is with rules and if you can or can't do certain things on duty. Here is just a few I thought about that I wondered if you are allowed to do: Chewing gum in public Eating in public Parking on double yellow lines for non emergencies Not wearing hat in public Not wearing stab vest outside Swearing in public Wearing sunglasses Some of these yes I know are probably big no no's but I just wondered if you got caught would it be a slap on the hand or very serious. If you wouldn't mind saying the force as well if you answer Thanks Fizzypopbang Sorry
  9. Today (17/06/2013) two specials from Burton (East Staffordshire LPT) were featured in the Burton Mail. You can view an image of this article here. If this link doesn't work for what ever reason, let me know and I will try to sort the problem.

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