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Issue 47 - August 2017

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Date: 19th October 2017

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    Issue 47 - August 2017

    Issue 47 - August 2017

    This issue Sam Maxwell Smith of Supporting Justice talks about the launch of Victims Choice, a website which provides information on victim services around the UK and identifies services in the victim’s local area. It allows victims or others affected by crime to  find information about available services and leave a review of the service they have used, helping others to make more informed choices about what is available.

    Last year 231 police officers in the West Midlands were spat on leaving them at risk of being infected with potentially deadly diseases. In response to these shocking figures the force are introducing the use of spit and bite guards for 4,500 operational officers. A move which Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson called “a difficult but necessary decision…” 

    Officers all over the country have found innovative ways to give back to their communities in this issues charity section. Merseyside Police have launched ‘The Paper Dolls Academy’ a project that helps provide underprivileged children with uniforms ahead of the new school year and one brave fingerprint examiner ran over a hundred miles to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice.

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