Officers’ duty to protect the community from crime and terror is being jeopardised by the time they spend on people in crisis
By: Ian Blair Sir Ian Blair is former commissioner of the Metropolitan police and a crossbench peer ‘Police across England and Wales are now using powers under section 136 of the 1983 Mental Health Act 50% more than they did a decade ago – nearly 30,000 times in 2014-15.’ Photograph: Janine Wiedel/Rex Shutterstock In […]
“Parents, make sure you know what your child is doing online and encourage them to talk about any people that approach them online. Everyone needs to keep security settings high and make sure the friends you are talking to online are really your friends.”
By: MUN Reporter Police are urging parents and teachers to speak to young people about staying safe when using the recently launched Pokemon Go app. The app allows people to set up a ‘beacon’ which can then encourage other users to reach a specific venue and police are concerned it could be the latest […]
Tony Lloyd said 'it is clear this footage will cause legitimate concern to the public'
BY NEAL KEELING 28 Th January, 2016 The region’s police boss has called on GMP to let a watchdog investigate allegations that a man was ‘brutally assaulted’ by officers in a cell. As reported in the M.E.N., Neville Edwards, 31, who was later found guilty of biting an officer during the incident at Longsight police […]
Mr Knott suffers from memory loss and police are concerned for his welfare.
John Knott MISSING Last updated on 19/12/2015 12:04:23 Police are growing increasingly concerned of the whereabouts of a missing 73 year-old man from north Manchester. John Knott was last seen at his home on Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester at around 3.30pm on Friday 18 December 2015. Mr Knott is described as being white, 5ft 7in […]
The message is clear and members of the public, Unison members and members of MUN turned out on Valentines Day asking those who Love Manchester to tell Manchester City Councillors not to implement cuts to Manchester Mental Health Services already cut to the marrow as Manchester City Councillor Paul Andrews (Bagley) recently said: “These cuts are already down to the marrow.” MUN’s Chair Paul Reed in response said: ” This mean further killer cuts will mean the loss of lives and that’s something Manchester User’s Network is not prepared to allow, if this Council implements these killer cuts MUN would seek legal action against Manchester City Council.”
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Greater Manchester Police was also criticized for their handling of rape incidents, with victims suffering from mental health, those young of age or intoxicated “more likely to receive a poor service.”