New Law To Protect Police Dogs Get MPs Backing

A new and much-needed law intended to protect police dogs and police horses has passed the committee stage in the Houses of Parliament. So-called ‘Finns Law’ (named after Police Dog ‘Finn’ was repeatedly stabbed) would prevent individuals who attack police dogs and horses from claiming that they acted in ‘self defence’. The third reading of the proposed Animal Welfare (Service

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Tributes Paid To Thames Valley Police Officer

Tributes have been paid to a Thames Valley Police officer who sadly died after being involved in an accident whilst travelling home from work. Chief Superintendent Steve Williams, from Thames Valley Police, said: “It is with great sadness that I confirm the tragic death of serving Thames Valley Police officer, PC Kevin Flint. “PC Flint, a neighbourhood officer based at

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WATCH: Meet The Bikers Who Have Had Enough Of Moped Thieves

For most bikers, including myself, their two-wheels-of-freedom (from the traffic) is their pride and joy. The biking community tends to stick together – you’ll see this if ever a biker has an accident and other bikers are around. Very quickly, complete strangers will come to each others aid because of their common love of motorbikes. The biking community is like

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APPEAL For Normandy Veterans To Take Part In Commemorative Voyage

The Ministry of Defence and the Royal British Legion have made an appeal to find Normandy Veterans able to take part in a commemorative voyage aboard a specially chartered ship that will set sail to Normandy in June this year. A statement on the Royal British Legions website states: ‘6 June 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of The D-Day Landings

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WATCH: This Is Why You Should ALWAYS Make Sure Your Child Seat Is Secured

Video footage has emerged online of the moment a young toddler is ejected from a moving vehicle as it rounds a bend. In the footage (below), the grey coloured car carrying the child drives through a relatively sharp right-hand bend at which point a toddler who was strapped into a car seat is ejected from the car and ends up

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WATCH: Fancy Being A Police Officer, Paramedic & Firefighter All At Once?

Cornwall Council has announced that they have deployed the first tri-safety officer in the country after Andrew Hitchens became qualified to respond to ALL types of 999 calls following the completion of his training which started last year. The Tri-Service Safety Officer project started several years ago and looks to be a great success. Whilst police, ambulance and fire stations

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Early Signs Of Another ‘Winter Crisis’?

It may be unseasonably mild out there, but it would appear that winter is starting to show signs of living up to its recent reputation where fleets of emergency ambulances are parked up outside of A&Es up-and-down the country waiting to hand their patients over. The featured image used in this article was sent into us by one of our

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Good News! Novichok Detective Sergeant Returns To Work

Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey was poisoned with the deadly nerve agent back in March 2018 at the home of Sergei & Yulia Skripal and needed urgent hospital treatment. Angus Macpherson, the Police & Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire Police has now confirmed that DS Bailey has returned to the work after the horrendous ordeal. DS Bailey endured months of acute treatment

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‘Sit, Listen, Advise, Abused. Welcome To My Job’ | Guest Blog

This guest blog was sent into us earlier on this afternoon from a NSW emergency ambulance call handler. If you have a blog that you would like us to share, then scroll down to the bottom of this article for details of how to contact us: “This headset is what I use to communicate with those who call for desperate

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HM Coastguard Celebrates 197th Anniversary | Guest Blog

Today HM Coastguard is a world leader in maritime search and rescue. Looking back almost 200 years, the goods, which now travel by road, were carried by hundreds of small ships. Year in year out dozens of ships and hundreds of lives were lost within sight of the coast. Public shock and dismay at the tragedies drove forward the creation

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