The lighter side of policing
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The lighter side
Here’s a little game to banter around the team while waiting for briefing to start – if everyone on the section had to be represented by a car, what car would that person be? Any... Read More
‘Terry’, as a patrol officer fast approaching fifty, knows that ‘jaw-jaw’ is more important than ’war-war’ when it comes to arresting people; if you can nick someone without rolling around on the pavement with them then that’s always... Read More
Being the ‘strike team’ for a surveillance job requires certain skills – patience – obviously – but also an ability to hide away whilst waiting for that call and not bringing attention to yourselves. ‘Jon’... Read More
The expertise of our firearm officers is well-known these days; recent events have demonstrated their professionalism in extremely demanding circumstances. Much of this is down to their vigorous training but also the tutoring scheme within... Read More
Image a time when new Bobbies were only given a ten-minute check drive around the block before being let loose on the public – blue lights flashing, sirens roaring, chasing vehicles – whatever they felt... Read More