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πš†πšŠπš•πš” πšπš‘πšŽ πšƒπšŠπš•πš” πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Apr 3
Been on this forum for the best part 10 years, well aware that my masters will be watching but not monitoring, it is a remarkable achievement that we can discuss openly topics that only a few years ago would have resulted in a meeting without coffee.
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CSMentoring Apr 17
Young people are attracted to violence for many complex reasons ACE's are often a factor, the answer lies in effectively engaging with young people and understanding the triggers that will enable them to follow a different route
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SPACE Apr 17
Replying to @DannoReynolds @WeCops
Along those lines, instantaneous gains & no effort. Induced belief that you're worthless unless you wear the 'right' gear, drive the 'right' car & have the 'right' girl. Not always about deprivation. It's manipulation hence affected YP are now also fr comfy backgrounds.
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Service Mar 6
Having served over 30 & extra in support at 3 ranks and now being victim in 3 crimes, I can assure you contact with victims is appalling. Has resulted in local trust gone and formal complaints and also bull given to me not knowing my history!
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Zoe Billingham Feb 6
Prevention is better that cure - we say β€˜There will always be situations where someone in crisis needs a rapid response from the emergency services. But too often, our public services are failing to work together to prevent the crisis in the first place.’
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CSMentoring Apr 17
This is not a problem that policing can deal with on its on, it needs dialogue with partners to identify those who are at the greatest risk of becoming involved in violence and providing effective mentoring to provide a positive alternative pathway.
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Julie Cooke Dec 5
. Q3. I think it depends on the force and although we do give time for the leads of our networks, as well as lots of suppprt, they still have to balance this work alongside their normal role....
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PC Dave Wise Mar 20
Seems to me that a lot of officers think is just about tagging your boss in a tweet at least once a day. πŸ™„
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Caroline Apr 17
A lot of officers working very hard at the mo (what’s new?!) those who can, pls pop in for our chat later on Serious Violence - it’s an important one πŸ‘ just use the hashtag in the search bar and you’ll see the Qs and 🧡 s
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Graham Goulden Apr 17
Replying to @WeCops @MyPOV_Online
See recent video I did for on this subject.
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CSMentoring Apr 17
Developing a collaborated approach to ensuring the disengaged receive appropriate mentoring must be an answer
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Dave Spencer Apr 17
Replying to @ACCBedsPolice
I read an interesting article recently discussing if knife carrying was a fashion trend? & not a symptom of a collapsing society. A few months ago it was acid - never see that in the papers anymore. In the 50’s it was Teddy Boys with flick knives
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Sean Harrison Apr 17
Replying to @WeCops
1/2 There has been such a focus in policing on vulnerability that we’ve lost sight of serious/violent crime. We can & should tackle both, but difficult decisions need to be taken with finite resources.
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Royston Martis Apr 3
In 2010, there were 143,734 officers in England and Wales. There are now 122,395. That's 21,339 fewer. In 2010, there were 79,596 members of staff in England and Wales. There are now 63,702. That's 15,894 fewer.
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CSMentoring Apr 17
Really good points from the question is how police and partners respond. Early intervention with young people is essential
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Andrew Harris Apr 17
Replying to @iainbrennan @WeCops
I'd suggest it's an attitude of "That's crime, not teaching/healthcare/etc..." especially when depts are balancing tight budgets. Much as policing bemoans taking on lay social worker or mental health roles.
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Paul Griffiths Dec 5
if we are to evolve the Police Service to be more representative of our communities, leaders will need to strengthen the role and access of network groups and that relationship needs to be visible to the communities and the Service
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Integrated Anti-Stalking Unit Apr 17
Replying to @WeCops
External control of risk is often necessary (and effective) but when individuals regulate the risk they pose themselves (internal regulation) - far more effective. But difficult in the short term. I’d encourage everyone to listen to
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Richard Horton Apr 3
Starting tomorrow start regularly showing, in plain language, the benefits for the public that policing has enjoyed as a result of innovation during the last two or three years of work in the area.
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Zephyr The Messiah πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ Apr 17
Replying to @WeCops
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