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Cheshire Police 7h
We're plesaed to update that the 15-year-old boy missing from Macclesfield has been found safe and well. Thanks to those who offered support and helped spread the word for us.
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Cheshire Police 11h
Replying to @FrodshamBirder
Ok, that's fine then. Sorry to hear about this though😖
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Cheshire Police 11h
We're recruiting Police Constables! Apply online:
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Cheshire Police 11h
Replying to @FrodshamBirder
Hi, sorry for only just getting back to you. Just double checking, you have reported to us haven't you?
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Nantwich Police 15h
Another day, another driver who feels that looking at the device in their hand is far more important than the road ahead!
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Cheshire Police Sep 15
"The scene is utter devastation, twisted metal and shattered glass". Families are being left devastated as a result of losing a loved one in a fatal collision – all made worse knowing their death may have been preventable. Read about the 👉
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Cheshire Police Sep 14
Throughout next week we'll be taking part in a national campaign to take knives off the streets and educate people about the dangers of carrying weapons. Enforcement and engagement initiatives will be held across Cheshire as part of Operation Sceptre. See
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Cheshire Police Sep 14
Collisions can be avoided if you think about how you drive. Consider the conditions of the road and assess your surroundings. Careless driving kills. It’s not worth dying for…
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
That’s all from us for tonight. Congratulations to the winners of this year’s and to all those who were nominated for their outstanding work. A special mention must also go to our sponsors for making the event possible and to for being a wonderful host.
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
Runcorn Beat Initiative Team have been praised for their proactive approach in dealing with local and national crime, including a rogue trader investigation which led to a four-year prison sentence. They have won the Team of the Year Award.
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
This year’s Police Officer of the Year sponsored by is Nick Anderton. The roads policing family liaison officer was lauded for making grieving families feel as though they’re the centre of his world. They will no doubt be delighted for you tonight Nick.
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
Well done to Julie Cradock, who has been presented with the Police Staff of the Year Award. In the past year she has used her skills to review both the missing from home process and the business plan for delivering forensics.
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
After representing Cheshire at the British Association of Women in Policing Awards, Lizzie Jolley has now been crowned the constabulary’s PCSO of the Year. A fitting reward for the volume and variety of her community engagement work at Crewe LPU.
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
Special Sergeant Michael Harrison has helped set up a Licensing Unit which has led to numerous arrests, fines and thousands of pounds in ill-gotten gains being seized. He has been named as the Special Constable of the Year. Congratulations Michael!
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
Independent Advisory Group Chair Alison Weston is the worthy recipient of the Volunteer of the Year gong. For the past four years she has dedicated many unpaid hours to supporting the needs of others, especially those with the quietest voices in our communities.
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
Detective Chief Inspector Myra Ball has been praised for her enthusiasm and zest in the Public Protection Department, which has helped to protect some of Cheshire’s most vulnerable victims. She’s been handed the Inspirational Leadership Award for her work.
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
Sgt Rob Simpson is the latest officer declared an ace in the pack, picking up the Creativity and Innovation award sponsored by for giving staff at Macclesfield station a welfare garden for peaceful reflection. Cath Mitchell collected the award on his behalf
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
Congratulations to PCSO Ross Norman, who has been presented with the Working in Partnership Award sponsored by Ross has dealt with a variety of challenges to help significantly reduce disorder among youths in Ellesmere Port.
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
Going above and beyond to help the victim of a serious collision earned PCSO Emma Darroch the Services to the Public gong sponsored by She regularly visited a man left with half a brain, making meals and ensuring he had essential items. A very worthy winner!
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Cheshire Police Sep 13
The first award for Community Engagement sponsored by goes to PCSOs Paul Barker and Moira McCue, who set up football tournament in Widnes bringing together people from hard-to-reach communities. Fez Khan collected the award on their behalf
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