Tag Archives: Anonymous Blogs

999 Call Handler Shares Their Heartfelt Resignation Letter

As with the vast majority of our hard-hitting articles which we share, the following resignation email was sent into us by the person who sent it. It is a shame to be losing such bright individuals at a time when the emergency services are under so much stress. We hope that by sharing this, then not only will members of

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‘Something To Think Of As We Start A New Year, What An Ambulance Is For And Why We Are Here’ | Anon

This was sent into us by one of our followers. It sums up quite nicely just how manic tonight will be for members of the emergency services. Share it with anyone you know who is going out tonight. ‘Twas the night before January When all through Control The excitement was building Almost like a drum roll Dispatchers dispatching Calls for

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UPDATE: Remember The PC Who Endured A 6-YEAR ‘Investigation’?

One of the things we are proud of being able to do here at Emergency Services Humour & Emergency Services News, is to give a voice to the courageous men and women who serve in the emergency services, NHS & prison service. That is why we always encourage people to contact us if ever there is anything they want to

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‘I’m Left Wondering Why I Bother Anymore With It | Guest Blog

Another message that was sent into us anonymously. This oppo is a Firefighter based in Australia. He works for an Airport Fire Service. Judging by what he is saying, then I think I might skip flying to Australia anytime soon! It just goes to show that, no matter where in the world you serve, cutbacks and dodgy management are aplenty!

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‘Please Stop Calling 999 For Period Pain’ | Anon

This message was sent into us via our website from an anonymous source. As per our ‘mission statement’ part of overall objective is to act as a ‘voice’ for frontline emergency services, NHS, HMP & armed forces personnel. Some of the details with the blog have been changed for obvious reasons: “I’m a 26 year old female that works frontline

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Police Officer Emails Diane Abbott About Her Recent ‘Moped’ Comments

This email was sent to Diane Abbott, the Shadow Home Secretary, by a serving police officer following her remarks about the police taking proactive measures to ensure that suspects on mopeds DON’T get away:  Dear Ms Abbott, I hope you are able to read this email yourself as I think it’s something that may assist you, and more importantly the

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When An Expat Bobby Wants To Come Back To The UK | Guest Blog

We always like to hear from our followers in the form of guest blogs. This asked us to share his story, perhaps in the hope that some of our followers might be able to shine some light on what appears to be an odd state of affairs:  “I am a current serving Police Officer in a Australia. I transferred to

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‘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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GUEST BLOG: Why You Should NEVER Ask A Member Of The Emergency Services ‘What’s The WORST Thing You’ve Seen?’

Recently, I was doing a frontline support shift, and we were given a job to transfer a patient from a mental health hospital to the local A&E. This was one of those jobs where you wonder why you were there: The hospital had tended to the cut, the patient just wanted to go back to bed, we had nothing to

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GUEST BLOG: ‘I’m Sat Here In A Bar, The Night After My Bank Holiday Shift’ – Emergency Medical Dispatcher

This guest blog has been emailed to us, anonymously, by an Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD). It gives a unique insight into the many challenges which are faced by EMD’s under an increased workload which many on the frontline feel has been exasperated by the fact that too many people are abusing the 111 / 999 system. For example, people calling

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