Sir Penguin

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Sir Penguin last won the day on February 19

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  1. Be careful putting more than a couple of cards under the clear plastic cover, I used to put all my cards in there until it ripped. I don't have anything else in there now apart from my trakka card and my warrant card.
  2. Great news that you managed to get your first arrest on your second day. We have a blogs section on our flagship forum - we would love to hear more.
  3. Merseyside offer PEACE training to specials, so yes.
  4. This is now locked as it has gone horrendously off topic.
  5. Affray?
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  7. I did the Policing degree at Liverpool John Moore's and if I'm honest I wish I went to somewhere like De Montfort. Ours was very unorganised as it was the first year that they had run it. @Reece97I have heard rumours that if you are on the policing degree at De Montfort and successfully complete it then you may be offered a transition course that is a shortened down version of the IPLDP course which will take you from being a special to a regular. Is this true?
  8. I have made a survey. Feel free to complete and I will try to make an updated list
  9. Best I could do for now
  10. The user who posted it on here originally has removed the image of the table. I have however found you another one but is well out of date. We could possibly work on getting a survey out to create a new version.
  11. This is the offence that immediately sprung to my mind. One that I imagine isn't used often.
  12. Big up northerners!
  13. It depends what constitutes as being grossly offensive. If somebody sent me an email that included a photograph of myself with a 'moustache' drawn on I don't think I would be offended. It certainly would't be getting reported as a crime. If a senior officer asked me to investigate an issue then of course I would investigate the matter. I wouldn't tell him to do it himself because questioning orders is a recipe for disaster (unless unlawful). I do question whether the senior officer would actually want this reporting as a crime. Trash the email, block the sender. For the purpose of the scenario I would explain to the victim that this probably wouldn't go anywhere and I'd identify the sender to give some advice.
  14. What's the offence?
  15. I've just finished a policing degree. It taught me that there are better ways to spend £9,000 a year. Sorry for the downer but they just managed to spread out what we will be taught in 21 weeks by a home office force, over a 2 year period. But I'd do it again just for the independent living and amazing times I had with people I met. Whether your course requires you to uphold police values or not, that doesn't mean you should sacrifice the most important (very boozy) time of the year. Just try not to fill your uni room with too many traffic cones or road signs.