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Dedicated to the Office of Constable - A film tribute

Written by Uber Poster Emergency Shorts on the 15th September 2013 at 19:39 - Posted in Police Blogs

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Emergency Shorts Has a New Look!

Written by Uber Poster Emergency Shorts on the 03rd August 2013 at 19:10 - Posted in Police Blogs

I had a bit of free time so I thought I would do a small redesign of the site. It's a bit cleaner and there's no whopping white spaces. I hope you like it. Look out for more features coming soon!

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Featured: Wristbands In Stock - from £2 Delivered!

Written by Uber Poster Emergency Shorts on the 03rd November 2012 at 15:37 - Posted in Police Blogs

Emergency Shorts has a shop! The first products we have are wristbands at a bargain £2.50 including delivery.   At the moment there are 3 different wristbands.   For Police Officers - Black band with embossed text with the words "I GIVE THE QUEEN MY 30 MINUTES" and on the other side "WHAT DO YOU GIVE?".       For response officers - Black band with embossed text with the words "EVERYTHING IS MY REMIT". ...
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Mobile Emergencyshorts Website Launched

Written by Uber Poster Emergency Shorts on the 14th October 2012 at 10:32 - Posted in Police Blogs

Some of you may have seen a new look to the site when viewing it on a mobile phone.  Mobile phone users are automatically being redirected to http://m.emergencyshorts.co.uk, a cut down version of the website which loads super-fast for those slow mobile connections. Keep tuned to emergencyshorts as there's something exciting coming along in the next the next few weeks!

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Are the emergency services actually hot on security?

Written by Uber Poster Emergency Shorts on the 14th September 2012 at 9:43 - Posted in Police Blogs

Having just created a new twitter feed for emergencyshorts.co.uk (@EmergencyShorts) I was very surprised by the amount of virus/malware spam messages I got from big organisations such as Police Forces and Ambulance Services. Are these public services infested with viruses or are they using such obvious passwords that they are giving spammers and hackers easy access to spend their wares?  Should these services (especially the Police) be a bit more proactive in keeping their details...
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