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Police Scotland 8h
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Police Scotland 8h
The effects of a single punch can have devastating consequences, including physical disability, epilepsy, PTSD and even death. Dr Murray shares his warning of the damage one punch can have. Watch the full video here:
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Counter Terrorism Policing UK 8h
Police and Prevent – know the facts. 🔎 Families and friends are often best placed to spot the changes in a person that could indicate they are being influenced by those involved in terrorism. Report online 📲
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Alan Speirs 9h
Dame Elish Angiolini has published her call for evidence in support of her Independent Review of Complaint Handling Investigations. . The link can be found here
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Police Scotland Safer Communities 11h
Make sure you purchase your Christmas gifts from legitimate retailers or your festive fun could turn into a festive burn. Have a Christmas 🎅
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SWPCentral 14h
We are appealing for help to locate missing mother and daughter, Sian Duili, 47, and Aisha Duili, 8. They were last seen on Dec 11 in Barry. It is believed they have travelled to Cumbria and then into Scotland. Call 101 ref 1800467620. ➡️ ^CT
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SafetyCameraScotland 15h
is the bookies favourite for a UK followed by & . Whatever the weather please drive within the limits, at a speed suitable for the conditions
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Police Scotland 15h
we respond to a call of . If you are abusing your partner, time is running out. There is no hiding place. Domestic abuse is a serious crime. Anything you say or do will be used against you.
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Police Scotland Dec 12
Replying to @policescotland
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Police Scotland Dec 12
One Punch can leave victims with catastrophic injuries, and even cause death. John Black was a victim of in October 2017. John spent 9 days in a coma & had to have part of his skull removed.
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Police Scotland Dec 12
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Police Scotland Dec 12
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ACC Bernie Higgins led today's campaign launch: "A moment of madness can have terrible and tragic consequences - both to yourself as a potential victim and also if you are the potential person who throws the punch.”
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Police Scotland Dec 12
Police and Medics have joined together today to launch the Police Scotland campaign. During 2017/18, six people died as a result of one punch. Don't let a single punch ruin your life.
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Police Scotland Dec 12
Replying to @69_legless
Hi Shaz. Parking on the pavement is not advised, as the vehicle may be causing an obstruction for which the owner might be liable for prosecution. If you wish to report please to do to your local council or phone 101.
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Roar For Life! Dec 12
Roar members recently took part in filming for a video filled with handy tips on keeping safe while using the bus! Watch the video here 👇
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GlasgowEastPolice Dec 11
Our officers were deployed over the weekend on deployments with key partners. Where will they pop-up next? If you see them, speak to them to find out more.
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Police Scotland Dec 11
A year ago today we launched our Christmas Jumper Competition, 🐶👮‍♂️ We're not running the comp again this year so we're getting ourselves in the Christmas spirit by looking back through last year's classics in the link below 🤩🎄🎅☃️🎁
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Police Scotland Dec 11
Replying to @policescotland
This hotline allows them to make that call if they have a concern and to potentially protect a child from abuse.
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Police Scotland Dec 11
Replying to @policescotland
People working in the nightime economy, whether in a taxi service or in a hotel, are in a unique position to spot when a child may be a victim of exploitation and the information they can provide is invaluable.
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Police Scotland Dec 11
Replying to @policescotland
DS Elaine Galbraith said: "Children and young people, both boys and girls, are being groomed for sex by predators, who exert control while hiding their intentions. Children may not realise they are being exploited or they may be too afraid to ask for help.
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