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  1. Chief Cheetah

    What would you like to see on here?

    What would you like to see on this forum? What can we do to make this place better for everyone or just for you? We are looking for your ideas. It could be something you've always longed for in a forum, or maybe it's something you've seen on another forum that you think would be good on here. Let us know your ideas. All ideas will be considered although if it is very outlandish it probably won't be considered for long. It can be anything at all no matter whether you think it can or can't be done, leave that bit up to us. Please put your suggestions below or if you woul
  2. https://t.co/2fY02bFvQm?amp=1
  3. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/bristol-england-wales-avon-and-somerset-police-people-b925418.html%3famp Despicable thugs, as ever it seems to be a mob hell bent on assaulting police officers hiding behind another narrative, this time a protest about lockdown
  4. Hi all, So I was speaking with some friends during a WhatsApp call the other night and we got to speaking about the new entry routes for police officers when starting. For those not already in the know there is now two routes either you don't have a degree in which case you follow a 3 year course whilst learning on the job, you're paid a little less or the degree scheme which is for those who already have a degree in any subject, you would work only 2 years before being accepted as a fully operational officer no longer in training and you're paid more. More information can be found here
  5. I know this will probably vary depending on what kind of team you're on/role etc. When I was on response I used to carry a kit bag that could fit my hat/coat etc., along with various bits of paperwork. Being cheap, I just used a £15 holdhall from JJB, which kind of worked. Unfortunately, as it was just a holdall, paperwork and things did get tatty and now the whole bag has pretty much fallen apart after 2 years of being thrown around, so I'm looking for a replacement. What do people use as a kit bag? I know people use things of niton999 and patrol store, but from looking at some col
  6. Pakistani Traffic cop arrests truck driver after a hit and run incident - YouTube
  7. Hey all, first post! I'm currently in the 7th week of my student training, and I'm noticing I'm sort of hovering around 60% in my in class knowledge checks and was wondering from everyones experiences what they found was the best for learning the law in terms of books? thanks! jack
  8. ChristopherM

    Burglary questions

    Was reading this article https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9148473/Householder-65-fighting-life-stabbed-intruder.html The village i in the middle of nowhere and very far from any urban area. So the suspect would have had to drive quite far, plus being in a small village, a new car would stand out. And it was snowing so the roads would be hard to drive on. Why would someone drive for hours and pick some one random house, it doesn't make sense, unless the victim was targeted or they where going to rob the whole village? Another news story https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article
  9. A man and woman have been arrested as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into the attempted importation of 11 kilos of class A drugs through East Midlands Airport. https://nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/news/two-arrested-as-nca-investigate-east-midlands-airport-drug-importation
  10. A police force that has only 3% of officers from ethnic minority backgrounds has defended using actors for a recruitment drive. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-55903789
  11. https://policehour.co.uk/2021/02/hospital-under-lockdown-after-two-serious-incidents-in-kilmarnock/
  12. Member of public 1

    NCA.Arrests in £6m bounce back loan scam

    Three men working for a London financial institution have been arrested by the National Crime Agency as part of an investigation into fraudulent Bounce Back Loan claims totalling £6 million. https://nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/news/arrests-in-6m-bounce-back-loan-scam
  13. Some 150,000 arrest records have accidentally been wiped from police databases in a major technological blunder that could impact future investigations. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/150-000-arrest-records-wiped-from-police-databases-in-major-blunder/ar-BB1cLueT?ocid=spartan-dhp-feeds
  14. Loads of youtube videos feature people putting notices on their doors, which state along the lines off; " implied rights of access revoked to all bailliffs/police , attendance on property will be trespass/ trespasser will be liable for xxx amount of money" Another popular video is where the bailiff turns up with warrant of entry, debtor inspects warrant and states warrant is invalid because no wet signature is on warrant. Both above situations lead to a stand off and police attend. Questions are how does revoking implied rights of access stop a bailiff with a court warrant?
  15. Hi All Just after some advice, help, tips and guidance from tutors and students alike. I'm about to start my 10 week tutor con phase after 8 months learning in the classroom. I'm part of the degree apprenticeship and alot of training has been home study and has focused more on the academic side rather than actual policing part of the job. I'm nervous and apprenshive and don't want to fail. I've practiced alot and feel I know my necessity criteria, stop search powers, go wisely etc. Bit rusty on VA's and other alternatives to arrest rather than taking someone to custo
  16. A recent incident in France has reignited the discussion about the often shaky relationship between those with a camera, and those with arresting powers. The security apparatus can be astonishingly camera-shy. This is a worldwide problem, as is readily verified by searching for wobbly close-ups of policemen’s palms on YouTube, but it’s certainly become an issue in France in the last few days. Looking at the UK, we quickly encounter the modern authoritarian’s favourite word in the title of the Terrorism Act 2000, which prohibits, with enormous vagueness, “a record of information of a kind
  17. Evening all, Just wondering if anyone has any direct experience of working for NPAS specifically as a tactical flight officer, I'm trying to view or understand the medical standards required? I figured I'd ask here before going to my own HR team to ask. Thanks in advance.
  18. I was at a crown court the other day. When going through security, the group in front (wearing suits) badged out but they still had to be searched. I though officers don't need to, or is it only while in uniform?
  19. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=srq5TnsPkd4
  20. As part of the Corona crisis situation I have been interviewing folk for a podcast series called Small Acts Big Changes. The episodes so far can be accessed by searching for Small Acts Big Changes podcast series. They are on all the most popular hosting sites. The idea behind the podcast is to show how different faiths and occupations are coping with the crisis. I want to show how key community folk have been coping with the crisis both in their personal life and and in their work life. Another part of the thinking behind the podcast is to show others how a different faith or an occupation
  21. Hi all, I just had some general questions about police life and training itself - hoping you guys could help! 1) Location/Deployment: During my two year initial training and studying (and even when I've graduated) for say the DHEP Police Constable Scheme, do you as a trainee have any say at all as to where you will be stationed? I am very soon to move into a new home with my partner which we've bought together, and so the possibility of being stationed somewhere on the other end of the county, 2 hours commute away, would make the job tenfold harder. Do you have any preference at all
  22. https://www.bbc.co.uk/ideas/videos/why-im-friends-with-the-man-who-shot-me/p08rh75r I have to admit I would not be able to forgive.
  23. SimonT

    Kents 7000 trucks!

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-54260470?intlink_from_url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/england&link_location=live-reporting-story Exporters to the EU face 7,000-truck-long queues in Kent and two-day delays to trade after the Brexit transition period ends, the government has warned. Do you think recruitment to Kent RPU is open or closed currently? The logistics of managing all this with police resources sounds horrible. Those promised 20,000 new officers we will be definitely getting should probably go there.
  24. blakey

    Another YouTuber

    Hello All, Whats your thoughts on this guy ? .
  25. Hi. I am currently 5 months into training and recently undertaken PST course. As part of the course you need to complete a use of force role play scenario to gain a pass. You get 3 goes at the role play and need to show various signs to gain that pass. I struggle with role play and haven't been used to conflict but when have had dealt with it okay in normal life. I am on the 3rd go and been told if don't pass this time will be made redundant. It is making me worry as got so far and have a family to provide for. Is this true? Thanks in advance.

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