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Issue 51 - August 2018

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    Issue 51 - August 2018

    Issue 51 - August 2018

    The winners of the National Police Bravery Awards have been announced, and this issue we cover each categories winner as well as this year’s joint overall winners.

    These awards truly embody the spirit of the job, of the brave men and women who serve their communities every day, on and off duty. In our eyes, you’re all winners! 

    Elsewhere in the issue the Metropolitan Police are trialling Live Facial Recognition in a range of environments including public events and crowded public spaces. The new technology is being tested in crowded, public spaces and should prove to be an invaluable tool if successful.

    The Prime Minister has recognised the work of Leicestershire Sergeant Emma Gilbert. Emma was instrumental in setting up and managing the Police Link Officers for Deaf service, otherwise known as PLOD. 

    Former West Midlands Police Officer Douglas Stewart is celebrating his 100th birthday with present day Chief Constable Dave Thompson. Douglas served for 30 years after joining the force in 1946, read his fascinating story.

    We also have our usual round up of news, charity, work moves and technology! 

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