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Jason Kew
Ch/Insp - Violence Reduction Unit lead for Drugs, Exploitation & Harm Reduction - Trustee - Working for better Drug Policy
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Jason Kew 4h
Really promising progressive 10min rule motion.. looking forward to the second reading.. we must move forward to tackle drug related harm. I'm not allowed to lobby or campaign, but here is absolute common sense.
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Jason Kew 8h
Shivers🙏🏾
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Revolving Doors 9h
Today's the day! We are delighted to be hosting our webinar this afternoon to explore LEAD - a pre-arrest diversion programme designed for people in the revolving door who experience multiple disadvantages including mental ill-health, trauma & poverty👉
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One Recovery Bucks 9h
Are you ready for a new challenge, where you can make a real difference? Then this role could be for you.
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Jason Kew 10h
These negotiation skills are part of the Superintendent promotion process, keep going Jay, you're nearly there my friend:)
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Jason Kew 10h
I'm proud to be a colleague in TVP, inclusion definitely is the golden thread within our organisation.. valuing difference and having the ability to create change.. come and join us!
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Dr Melissa Jardine 17h
Only two weeks left to get your abstract or session proposal submitted to present at ! -Research & education -Developments in digital/cyberspace -Emergency preparedness &biosecurity/pandemics -Human trafficking & sexual exploitation
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Homeless Dublin Sep 28
We are pleased to be working with & to provide addiction supports to residents in homeless accommodation are operating a number of clinics in homeless facilities aimed at minimising the harm of drug use on individuals for info
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Jason Kew Sep 28
Replying to @OxMisbah
I'm more than proud of you, you're my colleague
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PC Russ Massie Sep 28
Ever wondered why British policing is associated with the colour blue? Everything from ‘The boys in blue’ to The Tardis... Many thanks to our Instagram friends and
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Jason Kew Sep 28
Replying to @LauraBFurness
Back 'atcha Laura:)
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Thames Valley Police Sep 28
⚠️We have been made aware of a NHS Test & Trace scam that is circulating⚠️ If you are being asked for any of the details listed below this is a scam, please do not share your info. The new NHS COVID-19 app is the only official contact tracing app for England & Wales. 👇 👇 👇
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Jason Kew Sep 28
Replying to @LauraBFurness
Hope you're ok.. you do so much for so many people... Sometimes you have to let that praise soak in, not many do, but at least once a day, do something for you 💚
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Laura Furness Sep 28
Twittersphere.......what are your best tips for being kind to yourself? We're great at sharing and promoting kindness to others but how do we do it better for ourselves when things are a little bit s**t.
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Jason Kew Sep 27
If I tell you, you'll probably forget... If I show you, you might remember.. but if I involve you... Loved this podcast, what a brilliant man truly is.. every cop should listen to this
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✨Fiona Measham✨ Sep 27
Displacement, driven by strength of demand, is often a neglected factor when considering policy change.
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Jason Kew Sep 26
Completely agree, stigma kills..
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DCMS Sep 23
The £750m charities package is supporting a wide-range of charities from grassroots organisations to household names - the hashtag is a great way to see this important work in action
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Public Health jobs Sep 24
Government Social Research Fast Stream x 59 posts UK Government - Cabinet Office Home Based £27,000 Closes 22/10
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Kit Malthouse MP #StayAlertSaveLives Sep 25
It has been a terrible, tragic day for British policing. And yet this evening, across our islands, thousands of men and women will pull on their uniforms, kiss their families goodbye, and step out into the dark to keep you and me safe. Bless and guard them all.
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