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Thank you to the Shadow Home Secretary for supporting . To find out more about the scheme and to see what MPs have taken part this year so far, follow the hashtag!
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NPCC Aug 5
For the second year running, Members of Parliament have been invited by their local police forces to and experience first-hand the challenges and hard work of our front line officers and staff. Learn more
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Cwmbran Officers Aug 21
Great to be hosting as part of at police station. Before heading out on patrol, time for a briefing with Inspector and Cwmbran Ward Manager .
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NPCC Aug 20
Policing Minister has given his support to , a scheme that encourages MPs to spend time with their local force. Find out more ➡️
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NPCC Aug 20
Thank you of for your support! To find out more about the scheme, follow the hashtag and see what MPs have taken part so far.
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Alison Thewliss Aug 20
Very grateful to officers from and for having me in to join them as part of . It was very useful to hear more about what happens behind the scenes, and about the pressures and challenges officers and police staff face.
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NPCC Aug 20
What happened when the leader of the took part in ? Find out in our latest guest blog
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NPCC Aug 20
Thank you so much for spending a morning as part of the scheme ! We absolutely appreciate critical friendship and are always open to feedback.
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NPCC Aug 19
encourages MPs to spend time with their local force in order to get a brief glimpse into life on the frontline. recently spent a Saturday night with . She shares her thoughts in an NPCC guest blog ➡️
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Merseyside Police Aug 16
Thanks for joining us Sir George, we hope you had a good day & learnt lots about policing in Knowsley
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MdrnSlavery Helpline Aug 15
A week of action to tackle in June lead by found 35 potential victims, including 18 minors, most often subject to labour & criminal , as well as sexual exploitation & domestic . 📞08000 121 700 📱 Unseen App
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Counter Terrorism Policing UK Aug 19
If you spot someone scoping out security movements and areas of CCTV coverage - this could be a danger to your community. ACT on your instincts and report suspicious behaviour online instantly and anonymously 📲
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Wiltshire Police Aug 16
Do you know how to of ? We’re working with so bus drivers know how to spot a child who’s a victim of County Lines gangs, and how they can report concerns.
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Martin Hewitt Aug 16
This is tragic news. My thoughts are with PC Harper’s family, force and all affected by this terrible incident.
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NPCC Aug 15
Since suffered a criminal cyberattack in June, we have been working alongside partners at , and to protect the integrity of the criminal justice system - today we announce a big step forward in that work:
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NPCC Aug 15
A pleasure to have the support of John Apter for the scheme where MPs spend a day with frontline officers and see the challenging work that they undertake to keep the public safe.
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UK National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU) Aug 15
Today the Head of NWCU met with Chief Constable . Mr Martland is the lead for Crime & Rural Affairs. A great opportunity to brief a very keen Chief. We look forward to working with you, Sir.
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Counter Terrorism Policing UK Aug 15
UPDATE | The CTP Network have contacted a number of individuals for consent to forensically analyse their blood samples. Following tests, an officer has been informed that they are the fourth person to be confirmed as a victim of the initial Salisbury attack.
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NPCC Aug 15
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