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Deputy Dewey

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About Deputy Dewey

  • Rank
    Student
  • Birthday 05/02/1973

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    Male
  • Location
    Here, There, Everywhere

Previous Fields

  • Police Force
    Merseyside
  1. Deputy Dewey

    Medical BP

    Not experienced it but have seen 'White coat syndrome' in the past. It's just a case of trying not to think about what is going to happen, not the easiest thing to do but if you let occupational health know before you start I am sure they will be able to accomodate you.
  2. Deputy Dewey

    Epaulletes

    There is no need for you to buy any epaulletes, if you are running short you can order new ones through stores. You are also required to display the SC and Crown insignia on your epaulletes and should be proud to do so.
  3. Deputy Dewey

    First Aid Trained

    As title really... I am interested in finding out from parading specials who is first aid trained. Have given some responses that I think would be relevent in relation to the training. As mentioned, this would only be suitable for parading officers, if you have the training but don't go in, not really any point is there... Oh, and Merseyside only, ta... Thanks DD
  4. Deputy Dewey

    Home or away?

    Indeed, each to his own, however the Wirral isn't as 'rural' as you might suggest. Having worked most area's, the Wirral has just as much to throw at you as does Liverpool city centre on a friday night. And referring to your point 3 of the special arresting his next door neighbor, I can only wonder why this guy has been put into this position. Although the cicumstances are not publishable, i doubt that he was left in a position were him arresting the offender was the only option. As soon as the offender was identified then the special should not get involved as the repercussions are huge. DD
  5. Deputy Dewey

    eye test

    I don't know why they use these tests, it is not an indication that you are colour blind and it is not the test used by occupational health to test either. The test used is a single coloured dot surrounded by 4 additional coloured dots that are close matching to the one in the middle. if you can identify all the base colours then that means you are not colour blind, the Ishihara test (the one with the numbers) just indicate if you are more or less efficiant identifying a particular spectrum of colours together. There is medical terms, but it is the green and red areas of the spectrum this tries to catch people with and I am sure you can identify the two important colours when you are driving... DD
  6. Deputy Dewey

    Incident with Merseyside Police

    Nope, not something you could request. As I saId, if the stop form was completed then it is just a record of you having spoken to a police officer and nothing otherwise. As you were not given the form, I would would question whether your details have been recorded at all so really I doubt you have anything to worry about. DD
  7. Deputy Dewey

    Incident with Merseyside Police

    Highly unlikely. I would assume that a PNC check would have been done and if you are not known then that would come back as no trace found. Plus, assuming ypu were not committing any offences at the time, then you were simply taken home, as you mentioned, for your own welfare. I assume also that you would have been given a stop form with your details, this would be recorded but simply to indicate that you have been spoken to by a police officer, nothing more. So, doubt you have anything to worry about. DD
  8. Deputy Dewey

    SC Review update

    From experience it was the NH sgt that took jobs off me in the past and allocated them to a NH officer. This prevented the brick wall you met when asking someone to take it off you, if there was anyone at all. Agree that there is a problem with this though. I have been able to do the legwork on my jobs on the past, but when the service is expecting more free policing on the streets then they will have to expect more free police doing arrests and needing to create files. There is either the option of returning Niche to the special, but this carries the burden of the training, or having a dedicated 'someone' to deal with all this work. I am sure there is not an officer on here that would not like to be given the opertunity to do some work in relation to their arrest and this 'someone' could be there to pick up the edges. I guess it all boils down to money, and there is just not enough to go around. DD
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