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Force Reports Over 900 Assaults On Emergency Workers In 12 Months

South Wales Police has reported that it has investigated over 900 assaults on emergency workers in the 12 months since new legislation was introduced that is intended to try and give better protection to emergency services & NHS personnel.  The ‘Assault on Emergency Services (Workers) Act came into effect on 13th November 2018.  In the 12 months since its introduction,

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Patient Who Assaulted Emergency Ambulance Crew Convicted

A man who groped a medic who was helping to treat him for a head injury has been found guilty of sexual assault. Sabeh Shalmair was placed on the sex offenders’ register for five years, ordered to do 120 hours of community service, and given a £250 fine. Emergency Ambulance Crew medic Lizzie Smith, 25, and a colleague were called

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BREAKING: LA County Sheriff’s Report Shooting At Saugus High School

The LA County Sheriffs Department has reported that they are currently dealing with an ‘active shooter’ incident at Saugus High School.  In a tweet, a spokesperson for the Department said:  “Shooting at Saugus High School , Please avoid the area.  “Male Asian suspect black clothing last seen at the location.  “Deputies on scene and still responding.  “Avoid the area Further

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Police Seize £160,000 Lamborghini After Driver Thought He Was Covered On Parents Named Driver Policy

A driver who treated roads like a ‘racetrack’ got an unexpected surprise when the police seized his vehicle after it transpired that he was not insured to drive the supercar. The bright yellow Lamborghini Urus was being driven at speed around Stevenson Square in Manchester right in front of a marked ARV unit.  Once the vehicle was stopped and the

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Male Fined After Damaging Police Camera Safety Van

A man has been fined after deliberately damaging a camera safety (speed) van.  27-year-old Daniel Ashford, of Greenlea, Elwick Village, Hartlepool, has been convicted of public order, criminal damage, no insurance and obstructing a designated person at Teesside Magistrates Court. The court heard how on the 7th September this year, Ashford attached a Cleveland Police Camera Safety Van on Easington

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‘We Are Not Robots; We Too Are Human’ | Remembrance Day Quickly Descends Into Tragedy | Guest Blog

This moving account has been written by a police officer who was due to police the Remembrance Sunday commemorations which took place last Sunday.  However, the day did not go as planned In this guest blog, Sergeant Non Edwards of the Caernarfon Policing Team recounts her Remembrance Sunday shift.  A day that will impact on the lives of everyone involved

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Police Ask For The Publics Help After 20+ Police Officers Injured During ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ Demonstration

Officers investigating the violent disorder at a protest that was held in central London are appealing for the public’s help to try and identify ten individuals who the police wish to speak to.  On the 9th June 2018, serious disorder erupted in Whitehall at a ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ demonstration.  Over 20 police officers were injured as demonstrators threw scaffolding, broken

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WATCH: Jail For Prolific Burglary Gang Who Bragged On Social Media

A gang of burglars who targeted expensive cars across Leeds have been brought to justice after they bragged about their criminal exploits on social media (scroll down for video). Specialist officers from Leeds District Crime Team painstakingly built up a comprehensive picture of evidence, including material from social media, as they investigated a series of burglaries involving the theft of

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WATCH: Officers Commended By Judge After Being Shot At By Male Armed With A Shotgun

A dangerous male who recklessly endangered the lives of police officers by firing a double-barrelled shotgun out of a window (scroll down for video) while trying to evade arrest in Castle Cary will now spend the next 29 years behind bars.  Daniel Hannam, aged 33, was convicted by a jury this week of endangering the lives of police officers during

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Squatter Jailed For 16 Weeks After Setting Off Fireworks During Remembrance Service In Eccles

A squatter who admitted to ruining a two minutes silence during a Remembrance Sunday event by setting off fireworks has been jailed for 16 weeks.  Stuart Potts set off two fireworks just as the traditional Last Post sounded after hundreds of armed forces supporters & veterans observed the two minutes’ silence for the war dead at the cenotaph in Eccles,

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