Inyanga

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  1. Established Middle Class This is the most gregarious and the second wealthiest of all the class groups. According to the Great British Class Survey results, lots of people in this group: Enjoy a diverse range of cultural activities Went to university Are comfortably off, secure and established Couldn't be off the mark completely. 👺
  2. Yeah! Great show.. 3 Generations of Cops
  3. Blackmail not Robbery This offence is created by section 21(1) of the Theft Act 1968. Sections 21(1) and (2) of that Act provide: (1) A person is guilty of blackmail if, with a view to gain for himself or another or with intent to cause loss to another, he makes any unwarranted demand with menaces; and for this purpose a demand with menaces is unwarranted unless the person making it does so in the belief: (a) that he has reasonable grounds for making the demand; and (b) that the use of the menaces is a proper means of reinforcing the demand. (2) The nature of the act or omission demanded is immaterial, and it is also immaterial whether the menaces relate to action to be taken by the person making the demand.
  4. Are you serious? Your behaviour is inexcusable and you actually have the audacity of justifying yourself!!! You are a disappointment in a diverse society and you deserve any punitive measures handed down to you. In fact I abhor racist language completely and I sincerely hope you reflect on your life and not push your deep rooted inadequecies onto people in what is a sad pathetic lifestyle you are claiming to represent. If fact you're lucky to have called the police and told them what you told them. It could have gone comatose for you if you had used those words towards the black boys who you alleged were going to rob you. You narrowly missed being a statistic in GBH.
  5. Due to the material being high tech polyester and supposedly breathable. You can't use fabric softener as it blocks the pores and traps the sweat. Hope that clarfies the odd smell here or there. 😊
  6. A CRB check even on an enhanced level will not show a street side warning. What is disclosed is any child protection issues, offences against vulnerable individuals, deception offences and any other offences that the chief officer deems relevant to the post you're applying too. Were any of you arrested ( you or any of the females)? If not! I believe the plain clothes officer advised the units that attended that you were in fact a victim from what you have posted here. Relax and consider yourself lucky that it turned out that way, rather than you all being arrested.
  7. use this excel document and input the information requested and it should give a sub-definitive answer http://review.police.uk/publications/online-calculator/
  8. So are they suggesting the the Scottish forces lower their standards to 5.4 for all candidates? Go figure
  9. ShiftLife works Brill
  10. I had a long beard when i attended my assessment and have kept that beard through my service. So its no biggie unless you keep it unkempt and its got a life of its own
  11. Hi Are you starting training or beat duty? If training: Don't worry about definitions and all, as you will all get an input in the different offences during your course. Just enjoy the experience. If beat duty: just buy a copy of beat companion and that should refresh your memory. Good Luck
  12. Yeah! I agree. Our force gives us a telephone number that we dial (not give it to MOP) and give the operator a mobile number of the individual being interviewed. If the person doesn't have a mobile number, you will need to arrange an appointment for them to attend a police station. If you don't adhere to that then it's a NFA file.
  13. What's the semantics about: Looting, theft, stealing. All the same £&!? It applies to the disorder that happened!! looting(Verb)present participle ofloot(Verb) 1. Steal goods from (a place), typically during a war or riot: "rioters were looting shops". 2. Steal (goods) in such circumstances: "tons of food aid awaiting distribution had been looted".
  14. Did bother paying £15 for it! Knew Haye was chatting rubbish and like his first bout in Heavyweight he started the EXCUSES! Pathetic really. Watched it for free at 9am on Sky Box Office. Broken Toe my FOOT. Sore Loser