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Expendable II

This evening I was assigned to man a contact point for a pre-determined hour as part of our commitment to maintain accessibility for the local community. 152 more words


A Call to Action: Eradicating Female Genital Mutilation

It has been estimated that over 20,000 girls under the age of 15 are at risk of FGM in the UK each year, and that 66,000 women in the UK are living with the consequences of FGM. 581 more words


Justice promised for the family of Cherry Groce

After almost a thirty year battle to find justice for my mother Cherry Groce, we’ve finally been granted legal aid. This will allow us to have professional representation and actively participate fairly in her inquest. 282 more words

Priority Setting Meeting 17 April 2014 Minutes

Please see the minutes for the latest meeting.  The Stapleford/Bramcote Beat Team will shortly be training a new PCSO.  Shed break ins continue to be problematic and two large scale cannabis cultivations have been discovered and dismantled by officers from the local beat team.   43 more words


How to punish at fault drivers in collisions with cyclists?

Social media flare ups and inflammatory pieces in The Australian have reignited the dormant culture war between motorists and cyclists. The squabble is tiring, but has been drawn into focus by a provocative and thoughtful, … 1,005 more words

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Theft From Vehicle in Stapleford, Ensure Your Vehicle is Secure.

Chris Archer (Police, PCSO 4662, Stapleford (Broxtowe South) writes: Please be aware that between Friday 18th April and Saturday 19th April a van has been broken into on Ewe Lamb Lane, Stapleford. 268 more words


Cameron's office calls police on Bishop trying to deliver letter on poverty (not satire!)

(not satire – it’s David Cameron)

Amazingly, David Cameron’s constituency office in Witney called the police when the Bishop of Oxford tried to hand in a letter about food poverty signed by church figures. 193 more words

Hopeless Naivety