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What a load of b******ks!

Written by RSS Poster The Adventures of Policeboy on the 26th June 2011 at 9:29 - Posted in Police Blogs

As if the louts I deal with every day need any more reason to abuse my colleagues and I in the street, wether involved in an incident or not. Apparently, Scotland Yard has issued guidance to Officers instructing them not to arrest people who verbally abuse them in the streets, as the courts don’t convict them and we may have to pay out. Wait, what? Instructions from above to not arrest people who may have committed offences? I have seen time and time again SMT changing laws and definitions...
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Four years on.

Written by RSS Poster The Adventures of Policeboy on the 12th June 2011 at 19:20 - Posted in Police Blogs

It was four years ago, yesterday, that PC Henry was stabbed to death on the streets of Britain attending the same type of call that Police Officers do every single day. Four years goes past very quickly, don’t you think? Four years of political promises about being tough on whatever they feel like that hour. The truth? I’m scared. Scared not, of a knife. No, I’m aware of that, there’s a difference. I’m scared about the public’s perception of the Police, scared...
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Four years on.

Written by RSS Poster The Adventures of Policeboy on the 12th June 2011 at 19:20 - Posted in Police Blogs

It was four years ago, yesterday, that PC Henry was stabbed to death on the streets of Britain attending the same type of call that Police Officers do every single day. Four years goes past very quickly, don’t you think? Four years of political promises about being tough on whatever they feel like that hour. The truth? I’m scared. Scared not, of a knife. No, I’m aware of that, there’s a difference. I’m scared about the public’s perception of the Police, scared...
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The benefits of benefits?

Written by RSS Poster The Adventures of Policeboy on the 17th February 2011 at 8:54 - Posted in Police Blogs

After my early morning tea and toast, and seeing Mrs Peeb off on her way, I always make for the news. Wether it’s online, radio or TV, I feel the need to know what I’ve missed whilst sleeping. More often than not, it’s very little — but sometimes I catch a story that makes me pay attention. This morning, my ears pricked up. I had heard that there was a mooted change to the benefits system coming into play soon, and hoped it would be the end to all my problems policing. The...
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The best laid plans.

Written by RSS Poster The Adventures of Policeboy on the 09th February 2011 at 12:52 - Posted in Police Blogs

If you’ve not read this story yet, it’s well worth it. It’s even better if you watch the video. helmeted raiders attempt to smash their way into the windows of a jeweller’s shop, ready and waiting on mopeds to get away, only to be thwarted by a pensioner in full sprint-and-swing mode, who comes tearing down the street. Suffice to say, nobody else gets involved, until the pensioner has the situation under control, including the cameraman himself. A note must be made by the...
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The best laid plans.

Written by RSS Poster The Adventures of Policeboy on the 09th February 2011 at 12:52 - Posted in Police Blogs

If you’ve not read this story yet, it’s well worth it. It’s even better if you watch the video. helmeted raiders attempt to smash their way into the windows of a jeweller’s shop, ready and waiting on mopeds to get away, only to be thwarted by a pensioner in full sprint-and-swing mode, who comes tearing down the street. Suffice to say, nobody else gets involved, until the pensioner has the situation under control, including the cameraman himself. A note must be made by the...
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What would you do?

Written by RSS Poster The Adventures of Policeboy on the 30th July 2010 at 21:44 - Posted in Police Blogs

You’re sent to a town centre location, single crewed, to reports of a male who has contacted Police, advising that he is going to ‘harm people’. You arrive to meet an intoxicated male, obviously ranting about his previous convictions to you, and blaming you for everything that has gone wrong in his life. You’re trying to talk him round; trying to find out ANY way to help him. You notice that this male won’t take one of his hands out of one of his pockets. He’s...
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