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Liverpool Echo
Heartbreaking moment daughter of PC Dave Phillips lights candle in his memoryto remember her Dad during National Police Memorial Day. “It’s so nice to be a
Heartbreaking moment daughter of PC Dave Phillips lights candle in his memory
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
to remember her Dad during National Police Memorial Day. “It’s so nice to be able to be included in the family of the Police Federation and the Police National Memorial Day, because without it it’s a very lonesome place. “Dave’s colleagues,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Met police officer and council worker cleared of misusing work computers in dispute over dodgy second-hand carto enquire about the registration of a Vauxhall van owned by Mr Everest in Nove
Met police officer and council worker cleared of misusing work computers in dispute over dodgy second-hand car
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
to enquire about the registration of a Vauxhall van owned by Mr Everest in November 2013 - the same month he contacted the Police Federation asking for support with the case. The PCSO, who joined the Met in 2003 and was later promoted to the rank... Read more
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express
South Yorkshire policeman sacked for hitting suspect with a shoehis boxer shorts while being hit and had shouted: "Stop hitting me" at DC Hanso
South Yorkshire policeman sacked for hitting suspect with a shoe
express / Posted yesterday
his boxer shorts while being hit and had shouted: "Stop hitting me" at DC Hanson. Neil Bowles, from South Yorkshire Police Federation, said the men, who all denied any wrongdoing, intend to appeal the panel's findings. "They are disgusted... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Dalian Atkinson death: Nearly 70,000 sign petition on taser use « Shropshire Starnotices and are currently suspended by the force while investigations continue.
Dalian Atkinson death: Nearly 70,000 sign petition on taser use « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted yesterday
notices and are currently suspended by the force while investigations continue. Calum Macleod, vice-chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, has previously defended its members’ use of tasers. He said that officers are... Read more
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Daily Record
Controversial Hogmanay Old Firm fixture picked by computer at US firmdifferent way.” The Scottish Licensed Trade Association last week branded the
Controversial Hogmanay Old Firm fixture picked by computer at US firm
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
different way.” The Scottish Licensed Trade Association last week branded the date for the match as “senseless”. Scottish Police Federation general secretary Calum Steele described the date for the game as “insanity on a stick”. But it has been... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ardoyne parade deal: First Minister Arlene Foster welcomes agreement to end disputeis a clear demonstration that local dialogue can work, and offers up the best c
Ardoyne parade deal: First Minister Arlene Foster welcomes agreement to end dispute
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
is a clear demonstration that local dialogue can work, and offers up the best chance of resolving disputes like this." The Police Federation for Northern Ireland, which represents officers welcomed the prospect of a resolution. A PFNI spokesman... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Deal finally struck to bring an end to Ardoyne parade disputethat local dialogue can work and offers up the best chance of resolving dispute
Deal finally struck to bring an end to Ardoyne parade dispute
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
that local dialogue can work and offers up the best chance of resolving disputes like this." A spokesman for the Police Federation of Northern Ireland said the agreement would "help to take some of the pressure off" those officers... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Yobs throw fireworks at police as they carry out investigation work on death of boy in collisionthankfully.” Meanwhile community leaders and police union bosses have voiced t
Yobs throw fireworks at police as they carry out investigation work on death of boy in collision
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
thankfully.” Meanwhile community leaders and police union bosses have voiced their outrage at the attack. Lancashire Police Federation chairman Rachel Baines said: “The police need the support of the public. Behaviour like this can only... Read more
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heraldscotland
Charity: Pressure on police shows need to improved dementia careforce has the ability to find people, the question should asked if officers are
Charity: Pressure on police shows need to improved dementia care
heraldscotland / Posted 4 days ago
force has the ability to find people, the question should asked if officers are "doing other people's job". The Scottish Police Federation agreed that the elderly population is putting pressure on its members, but said that all public services... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Agreement reached over Orange Order Ardoyne parade - Twaddell protest camp set to be dismantledis a clear demonstration that local dialogue can work, and offers up the best c
Agreement reached over Orange Order Ardoyne parade - Twaddell protest camp set to be dismantled
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
is a clear demonstration that local dialogue can work, and offers up the best chance of resolving disputes like this." The Police Federation for Northern Ireland, which represents officers welcomed the prospect of a resolution. A PFNI spokesman... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Number of body cameras available to Oxfordshire police officers to be increasedfocus on replacing the existing equipment before rolling out new cameras. Grah
Number of body cameras available to Oxfordshire police officers to be increased
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
focus on replacing the existing equipment before rolling out new cameras. Graham Smith, chairman of the Thames Valley Police Federation, the body which represents rank-and-file officers, supported the move but said having video doesn't give... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Council worker accused of colluding with Met officer to dig up dirt 'didn't think it was for me to question police requests'to enquire about the registration of a Vauxhall van owned by Mr Everest in Nove
Council worker accused of colluding with Met officer to dig up dirt 'didn't think it was for me to question police requests'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
to enquire about the registration of a Vauxhall van owned by Mr Everest in November 2013 – the month he contacted the Police Federation asking for support with the case, the jury heard. The jury also heard how, in April 2014, Mr O’Brien spoke... Read more
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WA Today
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile networkwould cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile network
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
would cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using a commercial solution like LANES. But the Police Federation of Australia worries about future costs if all agencies are forced to use Telstra. "Just because LANES is... Read more
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The Age
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile networkwould cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile network
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
would cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using a commercial solution like LANES. But the Police Federation of Australia worries about future costs if all agencies are forced to use Telstra. "Just because LANES is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile networkwould cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile network
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
would cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using a commercial solution like LANES. But the Police Federation of Australia worries about future costs if all agencies are forced to use Telstra. "Just because LANES is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile networkwould cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile network
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
would cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using a commercial solution like LANES. But the Police Federation of Australia worries about future costs if all agencies are forced to use Telstra. "Just because LANES is... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile networkwould cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using
Police, fire and ambulance to get their own secret mobile network
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
would cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using a commercial solution like LANES. But the Police Federation of Australia worries about future costs if all agencies are forced to use Telstra. "Just because LANES is... Read more
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The Border Mail
Telstra launches dedicated emergency services mobile networkwould cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using
Telstra launches dedicated emergency services mobile network
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
would cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using a commercial solution like LANES. But the Police Federation of Australia worries about future costs if all agencies are forced to use Telstra. "Just because LANES is... Read more
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The Courier
Telstra launches dedicated emergency services mobile networkwould cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using
Telstra launches dedicated emergency services mobile network
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
would cost about $4 billion to provide a dedicated spectrum, rather than using a commercial solution like LANES. But the Police Federation of Australia worries about future costs if all agencies are forced to use Telstra. "Just because LANES is... Read more
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Scotsman
Call for police to deal with minor crime over the phonecarried out to decide whether resolution by telephone is appropriate.” But Cal
Call for police to deal with minor crime over the phone
Scotsman / Posted 6 days ago
carried out to decide whether resolution by telephone is appropriate.” But Calum Steele, general secretary of the Scottish Police Federation, said the move would lead to “spurious allegations” and vulnerable people “falling through the cracks”. He... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Public safety, not cost-cutting, is reason behind Hogmanay Old Firm match, police saySaturday which coincides with a programme of English Premier League fixtures.
Public safety, not cost-cutting, is reason behind Hogmanay Old Firm match, police say
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Saturday which coincides with a programme of English Premier League fixtures. Brian Docherty, chairman of the Scottish Police Federation said: "I think everyone, myself included are looking at this as based on a purely financial set of... Read more
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express
Punishment for attacking police must be severe, says Stephen Pollardoffences. Not, perhaps, the sort of role model we would want for our children.
Punishment for attacking police must be severe, says Stephen Pollard
express / Posted 6 days ago
offences. Not, perhaps, the sort of role model we would want for our children. You’ll not be surprised to learn that the Police Federation says its officers have been “let down by the judicial system” after this latest refusal of the court to... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Jobless mum-of-three avoids jail AGAIN despite 11th conviction for attacking police officera suspended prison sentence, her second of the year for the same offence for po
Jobless mum-of-three avoids jail AGAIN despite 11th conviction for attacking police officer
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
a suspended prison sentence, her second of the year for the same offence for police assault. The chairman of Lancashire Police Federation, who represents the county’s rank and file officers, has condemned the decision, which has occurred just... Read more
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express
Mother-of-three spared jail after 11th attack on a police officerher 11th attack on police Walker has been given her final warning After Dawn W
Mother-of-three spared jail after 11th attack on a police officer
express / Posted 8 days ago
her 11th attack on police Walker has been given her final warning After Dawn Walker, 34, was given one “last chance”, a Police Federation chairman said: “We are not here to be her personal punch-bag.” Mother-of-three Walker, from Bacup, Lancs,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Police officer and council worker 'misused work computers to dig up dirt in dispute over dodgy second-hand car'to enquire about the registration of a Vauxhall van owned by Mr Everest in Nove
Police officer and council worker 'misused work computers to dig up dirt in dispute over dodgy second-hand car'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
to enquire about the registration of a Vauxhall van owned by Mr Everest in November 2013 - the same month he contacted the Police Federation asking for support with the case, the jury heard. Both Mr Potter and Mr O’Brien, a former anti-social... Read more
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Daily Star
Single mum spared jail after headbutting cop in 11th attack on policePRESSNO LIMIT: Walker also head-butted PC Cock in the face after insulting him
Single mum spared jail after headbutting cop in 11th attack on police
Daily Star / Posted 8 days ago
PRESSNO LIMIT: Walker also head-butted PC Cock in the face after insulting him But Rachel Baines, chairman of Lancashire Police Federation, blasted the sentencing, saying officers had been “let down by the judicial system”. She added: “I cannot... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Woman who treats cops like 'personal punchbag' spared jail after 11th attackJPs said they were suspending the sentence due to her ‘circumstances.’ Today,
Woman who treats cops like 'personal punchbag' spared jail after 11th attack
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
JPs said they were suspending the sentence due to her ‘circumstances.’ Today, Rachel Baines, Chairman of Lancashire Police Federation, said the ruling meant officers had been ‘let down by the judicial system’. She said: “I cannot comprehend... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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The Young Witness
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
The Young Witness / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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Western Advocate
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
Western Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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Manning River Times
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
Manning River Times / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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The North West Star
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
The North West Star / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
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The Age
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
11 related stories
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The Border Mail
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
11 related stories
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The Courier
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace lawspaid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provi
Emergency services staff condemn Coalition push to change workplace laws
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
paid emergency service staff, warning it will affect the level of service provided to the community. The concerns from the Police Federation of Australia, the ambulance union and nurses' federation have been raised to a Senate committee examining... Read more
11 related stories
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Shropshire Star
Will increased points and a bigger fine will stop people using mobile phones at the wheel? « Shropshire Starwelcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne
Will increased points and a bigger fine will stop people using mobile phones at the wheel? « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 9 days ago
welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne Willetts, lead for roads policing for the Police Federation of England and Wales, commented: "Police do actively target people using mobile phones when they are out on... Read more
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Express and Star
Will increased points and a bigger fine will stop people using mobile phones at the wheel? « Express & Starwelcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne
Will increased points and a bigger fine will stop people using mobile phones at the wheel? « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 9 days ago
welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne Willetts, lead for roads policing for the Police Federation of England and Wales, commented: "Police do actively target people using mobile phones when they are out on... Read more
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Daily Record
MSP criticises decision to hold the next Old Firm game on Hogmanayacceptable at a Scottish football match?” The 33-year-old former dairy farmer,
MSP criticises decision to hold the next Old Firm game on Hogmanay
Daily Record / Posted 9 days ago
acceptable at a Scottish football match?” The 33-year-old former dairy farmer, married to a police officer, believes that Police Federation concerns about the timing of the Ibrox match, which he doesn’t expect to be involved in, are justified. He... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne Willetts, lead for roads policing for the Police Federation of England and Wales, commented: "Police do actively target people using mobile phones when they are out on... Read more
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express
Punishment for using phone while driving to DOUBLE as third of drivers admit using mobilewelcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne
Punishment for using phone while driving to DOUBLE as third of drivers admit using mobile
express / Posted 10 days ago
welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne Willetts, lead for roads policing for the Police Federation of England and Wales, commented: "Police do actively target people using mobile phones when they are out on... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne Willetts, lead for roads policing for the Police Federation of England and Wales, commented: "Police do actively target people using mobile phones when they are out on... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 days ago
welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne Willetts, lead for roads policing for the Police Federation of England and Wales, commented: "Police do actively target people using mobile phones when they are out on... Read more
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heraldscotland
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne Willetts, lead for roads policing for the Police Federation of England and Wales, commented: "Police do actively target people using mobile phones when they are out on... Read more
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The News and Star
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne
Ministers set 'to double punishment for illegal mobile phone use'
The News and Star / Posted 11 days ago
welcome the tougher penalties announced by the Department of Transport." Jayne Willetts, lead for roads policing for the Police Federation of England and Wales, commented: "Police do actively target people using mobile phones when they are out on... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Public safety, not cost-cutting, is reason behind Hogmanay Old Firm match, police saySaturday which coincides with a programme of English Premier League fixtures.
Public safety, not cost-cutting, is reason behind Hogmanay Old Firm match, police say
EveningTimes Online / Posted 11 days ago
Saturday which coincides with a programme of English Premier League fixtures. Brian Docherty, chairman of the Scottish Police Federation said: "I think everyone, myself included are looking at this as based on a purely financial set of... Read more
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heraldscotland
Public safety reason behind Hogmanay Old Firm match, police saySaturday which coincides with a programme of English Premier League fixtures.
Public safety reason behind Hogmanay Old Firm match, police say
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
Saturday which coincides with a programme of English Premier League fixtures. Brian Docherty, chairman of the Scottish Police Federation said: "I think everyone, myself included are looking at this as based on a purely financial set of... Read more
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