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  2. So as a member of staff, what do you do? It doesn't have to be specifics it is more out of curiosity. I have added an anonymous poll aswell but feel free to chatter below! PCW
  3. Hey everyone, Does anyone know what the situation with the July regulars intake is? Will people who applied in February be on it or will they be put on the October intake? Cheers
  4. Obviously there's going to be a few Special Constables on here... but other than that (as they have their own forum section!)... It would be interesting to know what other voluntary roles people have got or have previously held - in any organisation, not just policing. I've volunteered in a charity shop previously, but nothing at the moment. Thinking about volunteering again, but not sure what to do.
  5. This dramatic video shows the moment a police officer smashes a car windscreen after a driver refuses to get out of his vehicle. Full Story - Mirror This video is doing the rounds on social media, many people including Lee Jasper using it as a propaganda video for their own agenda. Many people trying to imply the officers are behaviour is racist, not sure how that is? Buzzfeed are trying to find the driver to make an article about it.
  6. Hi all. Just wondering if there are any Dyfed powys people on here for the proposed April 2017 PC intake? I'm aware that new recruits started this week from discussions and posts on here. Has anyone heard any details on how many posts are available? A start date, etc....... Or any info really? Thanks
  7. Man killed after Wood Green 'intelligence-led' police operation 12 minutes ago From the section London Image copyrightPA Image caption The shooting happened in Bracknell Close A man shot during a police operation in north London has died, Scotland Yard has said. Armed officers were in Bracknell Close, Wood Green, at about 09:00 GMT when a man received gunshot wounds, police said. The Met said the operation was "intelligence-led" but not related to terrorism. It added the Directorate of Professional Standards - its internal investigator - had been informed. Image copyrightJosephine McDermott Image copyrightKepceKazan-Lndn Image caption A Twitter user reported seeing 'police everywhere' and a medical helicopter An air ambulance was called to the scene but the man was confirmed dead shortly before 10:30 GMT. BBC London Live for latest updates on this and today's other stories There were no reports of any other injuries. One Twitter user reported seeing "police everywhere" and a "medical helicopter".
  8. Just noticed that the @polcomforum twitter feed has gone crazy! Well done
  9. On the old forum there was a topic on how you laid out your belt kit, and what you had where. Stepping it up a notch I thought I'd start one where you'd upload a picture of it instead. All kit belts welcome from UK police officers and PCSO to you guys abroad and in other jobs How do you feel about this? If not I'd be interested to know what you put where and of its personal issue kit/holders or from stores. Il post mine when I can figure out how (Tav vests welcome) Edit: I did it!:
  10. A police officer has been filmed punching a man in the face as he was being detained under the Mental Health Act. The mobile version used by most rags to berate the police. The version released by Avon and Somerset Police to counter claims of excessive force. Great to see the force backing their officers by releasing the footage, will the rags now apologize for headlines like " brutal police punch defenseless mentally ill man in the face"?
  11. Latest update seems to be that Maddison is still at large.
  12. Alarming video footage has emerged online of police pushing and wrangling a number of young people to the ground as they made multiple arrests. Full Story - Daily Mail Well dealt with by the officers, rowdy youths who have no respect for the police.
  13. I see Metro have released an article regarding texting 999 I thought this was intended for people with hearing or speech issues, maybe it is being opened to everyone? Although this website still seems to suggest it is for specific people Anyone know any more about this? What about the tap 55 option, is that widely used/supported across 999 call centres?
  14. Hello all, Thought it would be a good idea as a fellow applicant myself to create a discussion for the recent ongoing (and upcoming) recruitment drives which plan to put new police officers in place for 2017/18. Here we can discuss anything in regards to Derbyshire Constabulary. Has anybody else been successful so far in recruitment? You're welcome
  15. A police officer issued an astonishing 27 tickets in just ONE HOUR to badly parked cars in Birmingham. Full Story - Birmingham Mail I know Bordesley Green and the surrounding areas quite well, people park where they want, where they see a space they park, regardless if it is illegal or not. Nice to see this police officer cracking down!
  16. A police force is bringing in identical uniforms for male and female officers in a bid to become more transgender-friendly Full Story - Daily Mail I am all for the police trying to become approachable to minority groups, however surely common sense has to apply? Budgets are being cut like never before yet a force has found money to change uniforms to appease the transgender community.
  17. All your questions regarding torches can be found and answered here.
  18. A driver who started an argument with two cyclists only to discover they were off-duty police officers has been fined £200. Joseph McCarthy, 50, had pulled in front of the cyclists before braking unnecessarily in Larbert's Bellsdyke Road, causing them to brake. McCarthy was later identified, reported and charged by the officers. He was convicted of careless driving at Falkirk Justice of the Peace Court and had three points added to his licence. A Forth Valley Division spokesman said: "The moral of this story is our officers regularly cycle to work and you never know when you might encounter a police officer."
  19. THIS is the moment a TV builder charged with assaulting two police officers appears to be dragged out of his car and beaten by a cop with a “metal bar”. Full Story - The Sun Not sure why The Sun dont call a baton a baton instead of a " metal bar" As for this chap Huntley Thawe he states on his facebook page " the police chose the wrong black man to mess with" it says it all really.