Category Archives: Opinion

‘It All Ended With No Case To Answer And Not Even An Apology For The Stress And Time of The Process’ | Anon

Following on from yesterday’s article that was sent into us about an officer that endured five years of emotional duress at the hands of the (then) IPCC, we received this email (below) this morning.  In yesterday’s article, we mentioned how it would appear that organisations such as the IPCC (now IOPC) make zero allowances for ‘scientific’ evidence (open source) that

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Vile Person Spits On Police Car Parked Outside Of Hospital – Thanks For The DNA!

It is often the case that people who tend to ‘hate’ the police are not endowed with a lot of common sense. As is clearly shown here by virtue of the fact that a vile person decided to unload a hefty amount of spit on this police car. The vehicle was parked outside of Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham. When Officers

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‘Moped Pursuits: Police Officers’ Livelihoods At Risk’ Says Met Federation Chairman

Metropolitan Police Officers must be supported by senior officers, the public, politicians and the IOPC when they carry out stops on moped riding criminals – whatever tactics are used according to a statement released on the Met Police Federations website Ken Marsh, Chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation, said he remains extremely concerned that officer’s livelihoods and liberty remain at

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Why Are Will Still Letting Our Police Down? | Comment

Our followers and regular readers alike (nearly 1 million readers in the last 12 months) will know, that we are truly passionate about the welfare of our colleagues, both in the NHS and in the emergency services. This passion extends to both the physical and mental wellbeing of the brave men and women who serve on the front line. Each

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Male Who Put Police Officer In A Choke Hold And Fractured His Collarbone Jailed For Four Years

All too often we hear stories about individuals who have assaulted members of the emergency services but who end up getting a ‘punishment’ in court that leaves members of the emergency services family feeling massively let down. You also tend to always get a small minority of people commenting on these kind of stories sharing their opinion about how police

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A Request To The Civilian Press: When Writing A Story About A Serving Police Officer PLEASE Refrain From Sharing Their ‘Private’ Facebook Pictures

Earlier on today, our team of former emergency services ‘bloggers’ were contacted by a serving Police Officer who works alongside the Police Officer who was assaulted by Danny Cipriani. As the ‘unofficial’ voice of the emergency services, we are always more than willing to use our platform as a means of voicing the issues and concerns of our former colleagues

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Following Yesterday’s Terror Attack In London, We Ask: WHY!?

When our team came into work yesterday morning to reports of a car running over pedestrians and cyclists, before coming to a stop as it tried to breach the outer-security of the Houses of Parliament, we knew that it was going to be another ‘terror attack’. As indeed, many people also did – it just had all of the hallmarks

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