Sapor62

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  1. I urge the contributors of this thread to get back on topic and to resist from discussing other subject matters, this thread is becoming messy and hard to follow.
  2. This thread has gone grossly off topic, has been completely discussed to its limits and serves no purpose to be discussed any further. There are indirect comments of violence towards other forum members and insults being used. This topic has been locked and no further replies can be made.
  3. This topic has been locked for various reasons: A) It has gone majorly off topic from the original post. B) PS.Com discourages discussing personal matters relating to prosecutions or complaints. C) I feel this thread is going to spiral out of control and/or cause offence to members.
  4. Discretion is a wonderful tool, as is being reasonable. For instance, If I see a father with his young daughter cycling down an empty pavement I probably wouldn't ask them to cycle on the road as it's probably safer for them on the pavement and realistically a little girl and her dad aren't gonna do much damage cycling at 2MPH. The problems occur when the local Deliveroo guy is cycling at 30MPH down a busy main pavement on his super tricked up road bike... That's clearly dangerous and he'd be told to cycle on the road. You have to weigh up Pro's and Cons and Public Interest, if littering is a problem in my ward I will punish littering more severely than if it weren't. I know officers who move on homeless people begging, I don't - infact I don't think I ever have, unless they're being aggressive I see no problem in them asking for help, people set up JustGiving pages asking for free money all the time! Is it worth my time, is it that big of a deal, do the public care? All things to take into consideration.
  5. Any advice on a specific area of law is from either currently-serving UK police officers, and is offered to the best of their ability, or from members of the public who are perhaps aspiring to be serving police officers and may not hold the necessary level of knowledge to provide such assistance or by any other member who may offer their opinion. Either way such advice can only be treated as an opinion and nothing more. Members should look for the Verified Members Badge that appears on the posters name as advice from members holding this badge are verified police employees. The information is based on their own individual experiences, expertise and training. It is stressed, however, that if any information or advice found in these forums is used by any person or organisation, then the respective police officer(s) and staff can not and will not take any responsibility for any outcome in any investigation in a criminal or civil enquiry. Any advice or opinion offered is to the best of the individuals knowledge and ability based on the information you have supplied, and we will stress that we will never be knowingly misleading or untruthful in content. [*]Please note, we do not offer advice or assistance in order to avoid penalties that you have incurred or maybe pending. [*]Such requests are deemed to be of an Operational nature and against our main Forum Rules. [*]You should always seek Legal Advice from a Qualified Solicitor in the event of any impending prosecutions or other involved legal matter. Administration Team Police Specials
  6. That's not a moral offence, it's a criminal offence.
  7. Although not a criminal offence, lack of good beer is a very serious moral offence. Unless they have decent Bitter or Pale Ale I'm not interested.
  8. Any advice on a specific area of law is from either currently-serving UK police officers, and is offered to the best of their ability, or from members of the public who are perhaps aspiring to be serving police officers and may not hold the necessary level of knowledge to provide such assistance or by any other member who may offer their opinion. Either way such advice can only be treated as an opinion and nothing more. Members should look for the Verified Members Badge that appears on the posters name as advice from members holding this badge are verified police employees. The information is based on their own individual experiences, expertise and training. It is stressed, however, that if any information or advice found in these forums is used by any person or organisation, then the respective police officer(s) and staff can not and will not take any responsibility for any outcome in any investigation in a criminal or civil enquiry. Any advice or opinion offered is to the best of the individuals knowledge and ability based on the information you have supplied, and we will stress that we will never be knowingly misleading or untruthful in content. [*]Please note, we do not offer advice or assistance in order to avoid penalties that you have incurred or maybe pending. [*]Such requests are deemed to be of an Operational nature and against our main Forum Rules. [*]You should always seek Legal Advice from a Qualified Solicitor in the event of any impending prosecutions or other involved legal matter. Administration Team Police Specials
  9. Team intergration was a big thing for me. Something as simple as being invited to the team whatsapp group or being added to the team mailing list makes you feel so much more valued. I was always invited to team drinks or functions outside of work and I now feel like a key player in the team. Feedback is another big thing for me, I want to know if I mess up and I want to know where I do well. Another thing is an anonymous suggestions box, a lot of specials won't pipe up for fear of being ridiculed, you can mitigate that by giving them the option to do it anonymously.
  10. Arrest for assault? I can't see why this needs explaining...
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  12. Good advice from the Guvnor there, I'm inclined to make that the forum motto!
  13. I wouldn't "nab" him anyway, just trying to get across that someone with a real chip on their shoulder could probably nab him...
  14. Actually in McDonalds that's the exact policy - if food is dropped cleaning has to take place straight away, customers can not be present when said cleaning takes place...
  15. I completely agree that it's a ridiculous idea to think someone would call police over something so trivial, however, I've seen my fair share of strange happenings. I'd also say it is entirely possible to close a whole walkway to mop up a tiny section, my first ever job after leaving school was in McDonalds and when we would clean the floor you'd close the whole walkway and then proceed to mop one square metre of floor at a time, allowing each square metre to dry before cleaning the next...