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North-West Evening Mail
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Police reveal plans for 24/7 CCTV for Egerton Courtactivity by installing CCTV cameras to monitor Egerton Court. Since stepping i
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
activity by installing CCTV cameras to monitor Egerton Court. Since stepping into his new role last month, Inspector Jim Bailey has wasted little time in identifying Egerton Court on Barrow Island as one of Barrow's biggest policing... Read more
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Boston Globe
Harvey Weinstein expelled from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciencesat Participant Media, started her career at Miramax, working in publicity for f
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
at Participant Media, started her career at Miramax, working in publicity for four years. The board’s president is Jim Bailey, a cinematographer whose credits include “Ordinary People,” a winner of the 1981 Academy Award for best picture,... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Fresh start pledged for Barrow Island following multi-million pound investmenthere will use the local shops, the local pubs and cafes and they get to know ev
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 10 days ago
here will use the local shops, the local pubs and cafes and they get to know everybody." Barrow police's newest inspector, Jim Bailey, is keen to clean up Barrow Island's trouble spots. This involves working with local partners such as Barrow... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
New Barrow centre enables group to offer more vital support to womenJohn Woodcock, the mayor of Barrow Tony Callister, NPT inspector for the Barrow
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 days ago
John Woodcock, the mayor of Barrow Tony Callister, NPT inspector for the Barrow District (Neighbourhood Policing Team) Insp Jim Bailey and fellow police speaker Sharon Livesey-Roach, community safety officer. Mrs Wilson-Scott said: "It was an... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Police vs Fire: Fitness showdown decides who's the best in Barrowfire service will definitely win. We're much fitter and stronger despite the fa
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 days ago
fire service will definitely win. We're much fitter and stronger despite the fact we've done no preparation work Inspector Jim Bailey, of Barrow Police, said: "We work with the fire service as we have mutual areas that we work in, helping each... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Teen yobs vandalise buildings, attack police officers and cause chaos in Barrow and UlverstonRachel Gale * Copeland District - Inspector Rachel Jones and Inspector Mark We
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Rachel Gale * Copeland District - Inspector Rachel Jones and Inspector Mark Wear * Barrow Borough District - Inspector Jim Bailey * South Lakeland - Inspector Paul Latham For non-emergencies, dial 101. You can reach police to report crime and... Read more
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The News and Star
Teen yobs hurling missiles at cars and climbing across roofs in Cumbrian townEden District - Inspector Gaynor Taylor * Allerdale District - Inspector Rache
The News and Star / Posted 22 days ago
Eden District - Inspector Gaynor Taylor * Allerdale District - Inspector Rachel Gale * Copeland District - Inspector Rachel Jones and Inspector Mark Wear * Barrow Borough District - Inspector Jim Bailey * South Lakeland - Inspector Paul... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Teen yobs hurling missiles at cars and climbing across roofs in Cumbrian townEden District - Inspector Gaynor Taylor * Allerdale District - Inspector Rache
Whitehaven News / Posted 22 days ago
Eden District - Inspector Gaynor Taylor * Allerdale District - Inspector Rachel Gale * Copeland District - Inspector Rachel Jones and Inspector Mark Wear * Barrow Borough District - Inspector Jim Bailey * South Lakeland - Inspector Paul... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Teen yobs hurling missiles at cars and climbing across roofs in Cumbrian townEden District - Inspector Gaynor Taylor * Allerdale District - Inspector Rache
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 22 days ago
Eden District - Inspector Gaynor Taylor * Allerdale District - Inspector Rachel Gale * Copeland District - Inspector Rachel Jones and Inspector Mark Wear * Barrow Borough District - Inspector Jim Bailey * South Lakeland - Inspector Paul... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Public urged to shop teen yobs causing chaos in Barrow and Ulverston after Cumbria-wide appealRachel Gale * Copeland District - Inspector Rachel Jones and Inspector Mark We
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Rachel Gale * Copeland District - Inspector Rachel Jones and Inspector Mark Wear * Barrow Borough District - Inspector Jim Bailey * South Lakeland - Inspector Paul Latham For non-emergencies, dial 101. You can reach police to report crime and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
History of Resistance and the Black PressSowetan at a later stage. Kolbe continues to record that when Drum, a monthly m
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
Sowetan at a later stage. Kolbe continues to record that when Drum, a monthly magazine in the 1950s and 60s, was owned by Jim Bailey, son of Sir Abe Bailey of South African Associated Press, and focused on contentious issues such as police... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Youngsters at risk of death from misusing gas canistersPOLICE have vowed to clamp down on youngsters stealing and misusing gas caniste
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 days ago
POLICE have vowed to clamp down on youngsters stealing and misusing gas canisters. Inspector Jim Bailey, of Barrow Police, said the misuse of the gas could prove fatal. The canisters are used to refill lighters and typically contain butane... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Tear down the 'Victorian slum' that is Egerton Court say frustrated residentscrime hotspot, locals have said the town council needs to bite the bullet and t
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 26 days ago
crime hotspot, locals have said the town council needs to bite the bullet and tear down the modern day "slums". Inspector Jim Bailey, of Barrow police, has made the bold claim that given six months he could "address the issues in Egerton... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow inspector urges public to back up community support officerscommunity support officers to help tackle crime, says the leader of Barrow's ne
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 28 days ago
community support officers to help tackle crime, says the leader of Barrow's new neighbourhood policing team. Inspector Jim Bailey, who has been with Cumbria Constabulary since 2009, stepped into his new community role earlier this month and has... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow inspector Jim Bailey talks about tackling anti-social behaviour and cleaning up Barrow islandto community policing take effect across Cumbria, the man in charge of the neig
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 29 days ago
to community policing take effect across Cumbria, the man in charge of the neighbourhood operation in Barrow, Inspector Jim Bailey, speaks about his plans to tackle anti-social behaviour and clean up Egerton Court. The inspector who has more... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Insp Jim Bailey speaks about his role in Barrow's Neighbourhood policing teamof new Neighbourhood Policing Teams for Cumbria north, south and west. In part
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 30 days ago
of new Neighbourhood Policing Teams for Cumbria north, south and west. In part one of a three-part interview, Inspector Jim Bailey, who runs the NPT for Barrow borough, speaks openly about why he is the man to bring the the force closer to the... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Coach builds fields of dreams for youth athletesFORREST CITY, Ark. — It all started when Jim Bailey was 16, and he lived four m
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 1 months ago
FORREST CITY, Ark. — It all started when Jim Bailey was 16, and he lived four miles away from anywhere that kids could play sports. "Coming to Forrest City was a big thing," Bailey said, "So I said if I ever get a chance when I get older, I'm going... Read more

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