Former constable Jamie Larman will be unable to continue serving in the Police force after it came to light that over the course of a week he helped himself to seven fry ups from the staff canteen without paying. He was found to have breached the standards of professional behaviour which amounts to gross misconduct a panel has ruled. The incident occurred between 29th January and 6th February (his first 9 days of training as a constable) at the Police Training Centre in Sulhamstead, Berkshire. A misconduct panel ruled that he had not paid for them despite knowing that they were not free meals, His name is now on a barred list meaning that he cannot serve in any force across the UK.
Statues commemorating the lives of fallen soldiers have been “beheaded” and ripped from their stands, it has been reported. The cowardly attack is believed to have happened between 8pm on Friday and 10am Saturday, Essex Police have said. The statues, which were vandalised at Purfleet Garrison Community Centre, had been put up to commemorate those soldiers […]
Government ministers are expected to extend the bankrolling of people wages until September, albeit at a reduced rate of 60%, whilst also boosting up pay packets for staff only needed on a part time basis. These changes to the furlough scheme could be announced by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, as soon as tomorrow. This move […]
“WOULD YOU give us information to identify the person who scratched your car or punctured your tyres?” With this simple question the Local Police of Elche has launched a new and unique campaign to try to encourage car owners and witnesses alike to report damages to vehicles that end up with mysterious scratches on the […]